CHANDRAYAN-3 : THE SKY ISN’T THE LIMIT ANYMORE

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ISRO finally made the Indians get to Chandaamama’s house!
India is ‘on the moon’ and so are the Indians. After a 40-day journey, the Indian Space Research Organization’s Chandrayaan-3 made a successful touchdown with its lander Vikram near the
moon’s South Pole. This comes merely days after Russia’s first moon mission in nearly half a century ended in a crash within the same lunar region. India is the first country to achieve a South Pole landing on the moon and joins the ranks of the United States, China and the former
Soviet Union (now Russia) as the fourth nation to master the technology for a soft lunar landing.
The Chandrayaan-3 is aimed at the lunar south pole, a region with water ice, or frozen water, that could be a source of oxygen, fuel and water for future moon missions or a more permanent
moon colony.
Finally India imprints it’s national emblem on the moon with rover Pragyan being successfully ramped down from the lander. So, it won’t be more if it’s said that the sky isn’t the limit anymore
for the ISRO scientists!!

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