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ISRO told 3 major objectives of Chandrayaan-3 mission; 2 completed, only this last work left

Pankaj Prasad
Chandrayaan 3
Chandrayaan 3

ISRO's moon mission Chandrayaan-3 has attracted the attention of common people including scientists from all over the world.

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)'s moon mission Chandrayaan-3 has attracted the attention of common people including scientists from all over the world. Chandrayaan-3's rover 'Pragyan', after a successful soft landing on the south polar region of the moon, is continuously roaming at Shiv Shakti Point to know the secrets of the moon. Meanwhile, ISRO has given 3 major objectives of this mission, out of which 2 tasks have been completed, while work is going on on the third one.

ISRO posted on the social media platform 'X' (earlier Twitter) and told that 'Safe and soft landing on the surface of the moon was completed. The rover's walk-around demonstration on the Moon is complete. In-situ scientific experiments are underway. All payloads are functioning normally.

Earlier, while sharing the video of the Pragyan rover roaming on the moon on Saturday evening, ISRO had told that the rover 'Pragyan' of Chandrayaan-3 is continuously roaming at the Shiv Shakti Point located on the south pole of the moon.

On the other hand, ISRO had told on Friday that Chandrayaan-3's rover 'Pragyan' has successfully covered a distance of about eight meters on the lunar surface and all its instruments are working well. ISRO had said in a post on X, 'All planned rover activities have been verified. The rover has successfully covered a distance of about eight metres. Rover instruments LIBS and APXS are operational.

At the same time, the Indian Space Agency had told on Thursday evening, 'All activities are going on as per the schedule. All systems are normal. The ILSA (‘Instrument for Lunar Seismic Activity’), RAMBA (Radio Anatomy of Moon Bound Hypersensitive Ionosphere and Atmosphere) and CHEST in the Lander Module became operational today. Rover has started moving. The operation of the 'Shape' (Spectro-Polarometry of Habitable Planet Earth) payload in the 'Propulsion Module' started on Sunday.