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India’s Chandrayaan-3 Successfully Lands On Moon

Mumbai: The Chandrayaan-3 project, which was launched by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, has successfully landed after a 40-day journey. On August 23, at 6:04 PM IST, the Vikram lander should have achieved a smooth lunar touchdown.

At 5.44 PM IST, ISRO initiated the automated landing procedure. Currently, the Vikram lander is making an attempt to land softly on the Moon by using its own processors and logic. The onboard systems of the lander will be conducting all the work, while mission controllers at ISTRAC will be attentively watching it.

The Vikram lander crashed on the lunar surface during the Chandrayaan-2 mission in 2019, which is followed by the Chandrayaan-3 mission. The mission’s main goal is to demonstrate the space agency’s capacity to carry out a gentle landing on the Moon.

India’s effort places them in a select group of nations that have accomplished a soft landing on the moon. The Soviet Union, China, and the United States are the club’s only current members.

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