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Indian probe’s first image of the moon’s south pole

The Indian Probe Chandrayaan has sent Earth its first ground-based image after landing near the moon’s south pole, a milestone in satellite exploration.

After a successful lunar landing at 14:33 on August 23, Chandrayaan 3 established a communications link with the Indian Space Agency (ISRO) ground control center.

The image captured by the Landing Imager Camera (LIC) instrument after the moon landing shows part of the Chandrayaan-3 landing site, a relatively flat region. You can also see one of the ship’s support legs grim that accompanies her

ISRO also circulated images of the lunar soil on its X (Twitter) account during the year’s last stage of descent.

The aim of Chandrayaan-3, which consists of a lander and a rover, is to develop and test the technologies required for the missions. interplanetaries. The rover will perform one Chemical Analysis spot on the lunar surface in search of water in the form of Ice said to be at the South Pole.

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