Chandrayaan-3 makes historic moon landing


India becomes the first country to land on Moon’s South Pole

India is only the fourth nation to land on moon

India’s successful moon mission belongs to all of humanity,” says PM Modi 

Chandrayaan-3 is India’s lead in budget space flights with a cost of $75M


Project Details

After a 40-day journey into space, the ‘Vikram’ lander had touched down on Wednesday 

The six-wheeled, solar-powered rover will now amble around the relatively unmapped region

Scientists believes that the south pole region may be home to water ice deposits

The Chandrayaan-3 landing will help countries in their attempts to build a future lunar base


Future Project

ISRO to launch solar mission Aditya next month 

First manned mission to space – Gaganyaan, possibly by 2025

India also planning a joint mission with Japan to Venus





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