Pragyan Rover Captures Stunning Image of Vikram Lander on Lunar Surface

In a significant achievement, India’s Space Research Organization (ISRO) recently launched the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft with the objective of exploring the enigmatic South Pole of the Moon. Following a meticulously orchestrated sequence, the lander successfully detached from the spacecraft and made a precise touchdown on the lunar South Pole, marking a historic moment for the nation. Subsequently, the rover, having separated from the lander, embarked on a pioneering journey across the lunar surface. Over the past few days, the rover has been diligently carrying out its mission, collecting valuable data and insights that hold the promise of enhancing our understanding of Earth’s celestial neighbor. This remarkable endeavor reaffirms ISRO’s prowess in space exploration and underscores its dedication to pushing the boundaries of scientific discovery. The rover’s breakthrough ability to see through obstacles led to a historic achievement: detecting minerals like sulphur on the moon. ISRO’s recent report states the presence of sulphur, aluminium, calcium, iron, chromium, titanium, silicon, and manganese in the moon’s southern region. Additionally, the rover found oxygen and is now actively searching for hydrogen. Meanwhile, ISRO has released the photograph taken by the rover and lander of the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft, which is carrying out research work on the surface of the moon.

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