Chandrayaan-3 Moon Landing, India Creates History

India has arrived on the Moon with the successful moon landing of the Lander Module of Chandrayaan-3. It is indeed the third lunar mission from ISRO. It is now the first nation to have set foot close to the Moon’s south pole.

After the former USSR, the U.S., and China, India became the fourth nation to successfully make a soft landing on the lunar surface with the Lander Module (LM) of the Indian Space Research Organization’s (ISRO) third lunar mission Chandrayaan-3. Which was launched on July 14. PM Modi expressed his congratulations to the ISRO science team and said: “India is not alone in its successful lunar mission…Our philosophy of “one earth, one family, one future” is becoming more and more popular everywhere. The lunar mission follows the same human-centered philosophy. This achievement thus belongs to all of humanity.

Euphoric celebrations took place at the Mission Operations Complex (MOX) at ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC), Bengaluru, precisely at 6.03 p.m. when the lander made contact with the lunar surface. The Lander then successfully deployed the Rover, which will conduct in-situ chemical analyses of the lunar surface as it is moving. With a mission length of one lunar day (14 days on Earth), the Lander and Rover include scientific payloads to conduct lunar surface investigations.

What happens to the Pragyaan rover and Vikram lander after 14 days after Chandrayaan 3 Moon Landing?

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The six-wheeled Pragyan lander and rover module of Chandrayaan-3 will give the scientific community data. Throughout the course of the following 14 days. Since Vikram and Pragyan are limited to working in the sun, they will become dormant on the moon after the first 14 days of nightfall. Scientists from ISRO haven’t ruled out the potential that the pair will reappear when the sun rises again, though.

Livestream of the Chandrayaan-3 Moon landing makes YouTube history

According to data from Sacnilk.com, the Chandrayaan-3 Mission webcast by ISRO attracted over 80 lakh peak concurrent viewers (PCVs). Taking the top rank in terms of peak concurrent views on YouTube. Brazil vs. Croatia from the FIFA World Cup 2022, which had 61 lakh PCVs. Brazil vs. South Korea from the same tournament, which had 52 lakh PCVs. They were defeated by the Chandrayaan-3 Mission to claim first place.

Chandrayaan-3 what happens next?

The ramp will be indeed deployed and the rover will emerge after the powered fall of the lander into the landing site. According to ISRO Chairman S. Somnath. Following this, each experiment will be conducted one after the other and must all be finished within one lunar day, or 14 days.

Foreign nations congratulate India on this historic achievement

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Envoys from Israel, the UK, France, Germany, and Australia applaud India’s historic achievement of Chandrayaan-3’s moon landing. Israeli envoy Naor Gilon called it “moonstruck.” British High Commissioner Alex Ellis hailed it as a big moment. The French Embassy celebrated the “soft landing in history books.” German envoy Philipp Ackermann termed it a “historic day.” Australia High Commissioner Philip Green expressed triumph and pride in the achievement.

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