Chandrayaan-3 mission achieved a historic lunar landing, marking the nation's
pioneering venture to the moon's south pole. The Indian Space Research
Organisation (ISRO) proudly announced the successful deployment of the Ch-3
Rover, which embarked on its lunar exploration mission following its descent
from the Lander.
feat positions India as the first country to accomplish a landing in this
uncharted lunar territory. The momentous event unfolded as the rover Pragyan
gracefully rolled out from the Vikram lander, capturing the world's attention.
rover, along with the lander, possesses a mission life of 14 Earth days to
conduct crucial scientific experiments on the lunar surface. Among the rover's
scientific payloads are the LIBS (Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscope) and
APXS (Alpha Particle X-Ray Spectrometer). These instruments will perform
elemental analyses and determine the chemical and mineralogical compositions of
the lunar surface, enhancing our understanding of the moon.
Droupadi Murmu conveyed her congratulations to the dedicated ISRO team and the
nation for the successful deployment of the Pragyan rover, hailing it as
another milestone in the Chandrayaan-3 mission. She expressed her anticipation
for the valuable data and insights the rover will gather during its mission.
achievement by ISRO came on the heels of a Russian lunar lander, Luna-25,
experiencing difficulties and crashing during its descent to the moon's
Narendra Modi, who was virtually present during the crucial moments of the
landing, displayed his joy and pride as the Vikram lander touched down on the
lunar south face. The ISRO provided real-time images of the moon to assist in
the precise landing.
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