Chandrayaan-3 Spacecraft’s Captured First Images Of Moon : Watch It

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has just shared the first stunning image of the moon captured by Chandrayaan-3, India’s third unmanned lunar mission. The exciting moment came after Chandrayaan-3 succeeded in lunar orbit on a landmark day on Sunday.

The mission’s official Twitter handle announced the milestone, “The moon, as seen by the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft during lunar orbit (LOI) entry on August 5, 2023.”

The Moon Viewed by Chandrayaan-3

With the overall lunar mission progressing well, ISRO is hopeful of the impending slow landing of Vikram on the lunar surface. This special event is scheduled to be held on August 23 and will be a special occasion for India. It’s reached lunar orbit on Sunday, 22 days after the announcement.

The destination of the mission is the moon’s South Pole, an unexplored region where no other country has ever gone. It takes 41 days of arduous travel to reach this unique place. The spacecraft sent an exciting message to ISRO: “I feel the gravitational pull of the Moon.” The message came after a successful maneuver that brought the spacecraft closer to the moon.

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The Entire Process of Chandrayaan-3 is Flawless

The entire process was done flawlessly from the ISRO office in Bangalore. Injection in lunar orbit is an important milestone in the ambitious ₹600 crore mission for the space agency. This effort reflects India’s growing prowess in space exploration and reaffirms its place in the global space community.

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