Chandrayaan-3 has successfully landed on the moon
The Indian lunar rover, Chandrayaan-3, has successfully landed on the surface of the moon to conduct various important research activities. This historic event attracted the attention of 8 million viewers on the YouTube channel, including Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, who congratulated his fellow citizens on the successful landing. Equipped with advanced research equipment, Chandrayaan-3 will descend from its platform and commence the chemical analysis of the moon's surface. The mission of this 20 kg rover is planned for a duration of 14 Earth days.
Here is what the rover will do during its time on the moon's surface:
- Measure the thermal conductivity and temperature of the lunar surface.
- Assess the seismic activity around the landing site.
- Evaluate the plasma density and variations present.
With these exciting objectives, the Chandrayaan-3 mission aims to enhance our understanding of Earth's natural satellite.