The celebration broke out across the country when the Chandrayaan 3 mission, a dream of scientists, came true with the successful landing of a spacecraft near the Moon’s south pole of lunar space.
A lander with a rover inside alighted on the lunar surface after 6 pm and drew everyone’s attention towards a successful journey which has made a history. Chandrayaan 3 mission makes Indians proud and scientists’ collective efforts are much appreciated everywhere.
Almost 4 years ago, the efforts to send a lander over the moon had failed but this time around India became the first to touchdown near the South Pole region and joined the United States, China, and Soviet Union in achieving a Moon Landing.
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and other political dignitaries congratulated scientists for the unforgettable efforts to create history in the new Technology Era.
School children, youths and elders have seen the live Chandrayaan 3 mission on Social Networking sites and when the lander touch down on the lunar surface the country celebrated.
After a successful Chandrayaan 3 Mission and now Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is said to be mulling over for a mission to the Sun.
According to media reports, ADITYA-L1 spacecraft, first space based Indian observatory to study the Sun and it is at India’s rocket port in Sriharikota which is gearing up to launch.
The ISRO is learnt to be sending up Aditya-L1, a coronagraphy satellite, on a PSLV rocket to study the solar atmosphere by the end of August or early September.
“The spacecraft will be placed into a halo orbit around the first Lagrange point, L1, of the Sun-Earth system,” according ISRO.
The Aditya L1 satellite named after the Sun God and also a flight to Venus Mission-2024 will be carried Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle.