India first country to land on South Pole

Chandrayaan-3 Moon Landing Successful


Worldsfeed News Desk: As soon as the sun rose on the moon on the evening of 23 August, ISRO’s Chandrayaan created history by landing on its south pole. India has become the first country in the world to successfully land on the South Pole of the Moon.

Chandrayaan-3 started the landing process on Wednesday evening at 5.44 pm. After this, in the next 20 minutes, it completed the journey of 25 km from the final orbit of the Moon. The lander of Chandrayaan-3 took the first step on the moon at 6:40 pm.

ISRO director S. Somnath said- The next 14 days are very important for us. It may also take a day for the Pragyan rover to come out. Pragyan will give us information about the atmosphere of the moon. We have many missions lined up. Soon Aditya L1 will be sent to Sun. Work on Gaganyaan is also going on.

After reaching the moon, Chandrayaan-3 sent a message – I have reached my destination. While congratulating the countrymen from South Africa, Prime Minister Modi said – now Chandamama is not far away.
India is the fourth country to successfully land on the moon
With this success, India has become the fourth country to land a mission on any part of the Moon. Earlier only America, Soviet Union and China could do this.

Waiting for rover to exit after successful landing
Now everyone is waiting for Pragyan Rover to come out from Vikram Lander. It will come out after the dust settles. It will take approximately 1 hour 50 minutes. After this Vikram and Pragyan will photograph each other and send it to Earth.

ISRO, the Indian Space Research Organization operating the Chandrayaan mission, launched Chandrayaan on 14 July from Sriharikota. On the 41st day, planning was done to land on the south pole of the moon.

PM Modi said – Chanda is not from maternal uncle, but from a tour
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the scientists by joining the video conferencing. He said- This moment is of India’s strength. This is the moment of new energy, new faith, new consciousness in India. It rained nectar in the time of immortality. We took a pledge on earth and made it come true on the moon. We have witnessed the new flight of new India in space.

Then this record would have been in the name of Russia
Before India, Russia was going to land Luna-25 on the south pole of the moon. This landing was to take place on August 21, but while changing the last orbit, it deviated from the path and crashed on the lunar surface.

It took 41 days to land on the moon
Chandrayaan-3 was launched from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh on July 14 at 3.35 am. It took 41 days to land on the lunar surface. The total distance of the Moon from the Earth is 3 lakh 84 thousand kilometers.

What will happen after landing?

Vikram will be on and will communicate after the dust settles.
Then the ramp will open and Pragyan Rover will come from the ramp to the lunar surface.
The wheels will leave an imprint of the Ashoka Pillar and the ISRO logo on the lunar surface.
Vikram Lander will take photo of Pragyan and Pragyan of Vikram. They will send this photo to the earth.
50 scientists lost their night, there was an atmosphere of excitement and anxiety in the command center
More than 50 scientists at the Mission Operation Complex (MOX) of ISRO’s Telemetry and Command Center (ISTRAC) in Bengaluru were busy checking the data received from Chandrayaan-3 on computers throughout the night. They kept sending inputs to the lander, so that every scope of taking wrong decisions at the time of landing was over.

At the time of landing on the moon, there was an atmosphere of excitement and restlessness in the ISRO center.

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