Historic Lunar Landing:

Chandrayaan-3, India's lunar rover, has successfully touched down on the moon's south pole, marking a monumental achievement in space exploration.


February 14, 2020

Overcoming Setbacks:

By Dr. Lora Poppins

Following Russia's Luna-25 mission failure, India's precise landing establishes the nation as a leader in lunar exploration.

Scientific Milestone:

The mission aims to explore the uncharted territory, conduct vital experiments, and gather data essential for future space missions


By Dr. Lora Poppins

Technological Triumph:

Equipped with instruments for elemental and chemical analysis, Chandrayaan-3 contributes to advancing space science.

Solar-Powered Operation:

By Dr. Lora Poppins

The rover, named "Pragyan," is designed to function for two weeks, providing crucial insights from the lunar surface

Second Attempt Success:

This triumph comes after India's earlier attempt in 2019, reflecting the nation's determination and growth in space technology.

The successful landing has garnered international attention and recognition, positioning India as a formidable space power.

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