India is on the Moon. Congratulations INDIA

Chandrayaan-3 Achieves Successful Moon Landing: India’s remarkable achievement marks a historic moment, as it secures its position as the pioneer in landing on the lunar South Pole.

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People wave India’s national flag as India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi (C screen) congratulates the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for the successful lunar landing of Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft on the south pole of the Moon during a live stream of the event at the Nehru Science Centre in Mumbai on August 23, 2023. India on August 23, became the first nation to land a craft near the Moon’s south pole, a historic triumph for the world’s most populous nation and its ambitious, cut-price space programme. (Photo by Punit PARANJPE / AFP) (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE/AFP via Getty Images)

 

Prime Minister Modi extends his congratulations to the nation’s citizens and the dedicated team of space scientists who made this accomplishment possible.

Experts underscored the tremendous significance of the final 15 to 20 minutes, during which the Chandrayaan-3’s Vikram lander meticulously navigated its descent to achieve a soft landing.

Indians across the nation and around the globe united in their prayers for the triumphant landing of Chandrayaan-3.

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S. Somanath (2R), chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) poses for a photograph during an event at the ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) center in Bengaluru on August 23, 2023, after the successful lunar landing of Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft on the south pole of the Moon. India on August 23, became the first nation to land a craft near the Moon’s south pole, a historic triumph for the world’s most populous nation and its ambitious, cut-price space programme. (Photo by Mohan KUMAR / AFP) (Photo by MOHAN KUMAR/AFP via Getty Images)

Given the setbacks faced during India’s prior lunar endeavor, which encountered difficulties in the last 20 minutes before landing, ISRO exercised an abundance of caution during this mission.

The critical phase leading up to lunar touchdown, often referred to as the “20 or 17 minutes of terror,” witnessed complete autonomy in the procedure.

The Vikram lander employed its onboard engines at precise timings and altitudes, ensuring a flawless execution.

FAQ’s

When Chandrayaan-3 will be landed on moon?

23 August 2023
Chandrayaan-3 Landing Updates: ‘23 August 2023 will be written in golden letters’ “23 August 2023 will be written in golden letters in the history of India. This is a proud moment for all the people of the country,” Union Minister Hardeep Puri told ANI.

Where Chandrayaan-3 will land?

India has made history as the Chandrayaan-3 mission has successfully landed on the moon’s south pole, an unexplored region that is thought to be rich in water ice.

Who is the 1st country to land on moon?

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People wave Indian national flags as they celebrate the successful lunar landing of Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft on the south pole of the Moon, in New Delhi on August 23, 2023. (Photo by Arun SANKAR / AFP) (Photo by ARUN SANKAR/AFP via Getty Images)

 

With this historic feat, India has become the first country to land on the Moon’s south pole and also the fourth country to land on the Moon after the United States, the former Soviet Union, and China.

Why is Chandrayaan-3 important for India?

Catalyst for private space sector

India’s private space-tech sector, already thriving, receives a substantial boost from Chandrayaan-3. The successful mission fosters investor confidence and encourages increased investment in space technology, driving further innovation and growth.

Why is Chandrayaan-3 in south pole?

With the landing on the Moon, India has become the fourth nation in the world to achieve this feat and the first to touchdown on the South Pole, an uncharted territory that scientists believe could hold vital reserves of frozen water and precious elements.

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BENGALURU, INDIA – AUGUST 23: S. Somanath, Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) addresses the media after the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3 mission on the moon inside the ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) facility on August 23, 2023 in Bengaluru, India. India’s indigenously built unmanned Chandrayaan-3 space exploration mission with the 1752 kg lunar lander ‘Vikram’ containing the six-wheeled 26 kg rover ‘Pragyan’ landed near the lunar South Pole making it the fourth country after the United States, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), and China, to achieve this feat. Chandrayaan-3 will conduct in-situ scientific experiments on the lunar surface. (Photo by Abhishek Chinnappa/Getty Images)
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