Chandrayaan-3 Successfully Lands in the South of the Moon, Here’s a Surprise Waiting for You! : Okezone techno

INDIA managed to enter the history of space exploration as the fourth country to successfully land a spacecraft on the Moon. Last Wednesday (8/23/2023), India’s Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft successfully landed on the southern part of the Moon.

“Every Indian is celebrating this achievement. Every home is celebrating. I feel connected to everyone in this proud moment. The dawn of a new era has arrived,” said Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, quoted India today, Thursday (8/24/2023).

This is quite encouraging because not all countries can send spacecraft to the surface of the Moon. Now India is the fourth country to do so. Previously only three countries could do this: the United States, the Soviet Union and China.

It is known that India sent Chandrayaan-3 into space on July 14, 2023. Later, on August 5, 2023, Chandrayaan-3 finally managed to enter the Moon’s orbit without any obstacles.

Exactly on August 17, 2023, Chandrayaan-3 was released from its delivery aircraft and immediately launched the propulsion module to reach the surface of the Moon. History occurred immediately when on August 23, 2023 at 7:30 pm Indonesian time, Chandrayaan-3 finally landed perfectly on the southern part of the Moon.

Once he managed to land perfectly, Chandrayaan released two robots or rovers called Pragyan to carry out the exploration. The two rovers will have the task of studying the Moon for a whole day or approximately 14 Earth days.

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The Space Explored website says that while on the Moon, Chandrayaan-3 will study the properties of the lunar surface. There the spacecraft will also conduct experiments to understand geophysical characteristics and map potential resources.

“Pragyan launched from Chandrayaan-3 will send high-resolution images to the Moon. The rover will also collect samples of lunar soil for analysis,” Space Explored said.

The presence of Chandrayaan-3 in the southern part of the Moon is indeed very interesting. Before the arrival of Chandrayaan-3, the region was completely untouched by other countries.

“No one could reach the south of the Moon before. The hard work of our scientists and researchers has enabled us to get there,” concluded Narendra Modi.

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