People of India are wholeheartedly hoping for the safe and smooth landing of the Chandrayaan-3 mission, and why wouldn’t they? With this mission, India would become the first country in the world to land on the south pole of the Moon, garnering attention and admiration from around the globe.
On August 23, ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) provided an update through its Twitter account, stating that Chandrayaan-3 is on schedule and its progress is proceeding without any issues.
Live updates and broadcasts will be carried out from various locations for the soft landing of this mission.
Historic Day for India
As mentioned before, with this mission, India will become the first country in the world to achieve a landing on the south pole of the moon.
Similar to ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 mission, the Russian space agency ‘Roscosmos’ had launched its Luna-25 mission, but it was not successful and crash-landed on the moon’s south pole.
The day of August 23, 2023, holds great significance. ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 mission provides a significant opportunity for our country to showcase its space prowess to the world, and we should hope for the success of the Chandrayaan-3 mission.
Latest Images from Chandrayaan-3 Mission
These are some very good images that have been captured by the ‘Lander Hazard Detection and Avoidance Camera’ (LHDAC) from this mission.
Chandrayaan-2 Helping Chandrayaan-3 Mission
The orbiter of the Chandrayaan-2 mission, which has been orbiting the Moon for the past 4 years, is playing a crucial role in searching for a safe landing site in this mission.
Learnings from Chandrayaan-2
After the unsuccessful landing of Chandrayaan-2, ISRO has learned a lot and made significant changes in the Chandrayaan-3 mission.
- Strengthened legs.
- More solar panels.
- Improved software.
- Large fuel tank.
Also Read – First Images of Moon clicked by Chandrayaan-3
X (Twitter) User Reactions about Chandrayaan-3 Mission
- The user X has showcased the success of ISRO very well.
- There isn’t much time left for ISRO to write its name on the surface of the Moon.