Chandrayaan-3 Shows Us The Far Side Of The Moon!
Chandrayaan-3 recently achieved a big success by catching rare glimpses of the far side of the Moon and sending the sameBy: Tupaki Desk | 21 Aug 2023 8:53 AM GMT
Chandrayaan-3, fired by ISRO carried high expectations and Indians strongly want the spacecraft to have a successful landing on the moon and achieve what Chandrayaan-2 could not do. The spacecraft is very close to achieving massive feet as it is very close to having a soft landing on the lunar surface.
Chandrayaan-3 recently achieved a big success by catching rare glimpses of the far side of the Moon and sending the same. ISRO shared the pictures on social media expressing its happiness about the spacecraft’s success.
The spacecraft was assisted with the Lander Hazard Detection and Avoidance Camera (LHDAC) which will help in identifying the right place for a good landing and the same camera captured awesome pictures of the Moon's Far side.
Indian-American aerospace industry expert Bhavya Lal spoke to an Indian media outlet and shared some interesting thoughts. When asked about Chandrayaan-3, Bhavya Lal said that the spacecraft would get key information about the Lunar and it will also come in handy in getting information about the Moon and the early stage of the earth. She also said that we can take safety measures to be safe from space rocks in the future.
She went on to say that exploring the Moon has many benefits and understanding the early history of the Earth will help us in improving the technology and it is predicted that there are many valuable resources on the Moon space and they not only help in the betterment of people but also manufacturing of oxygen and hydrogen.
Talking about the ties of ISRO and NASA, she said that the ties would good better in the coming ways as the partnership of both nations increase with programs like the India-US Civil Space Joint Working Group (CSJWG) and there is a chance for both countries to work on a few projects and see success. The ISRO Chairman visited America and the NASA chief would come to India soon.
Talking about the Artemis program, She opined that the program was designed for the human Moon exploration program under which the member nations would carry out activities either in collaboration with America or alone. NASA leads this. India proved it is a responsible space force by signing the program, she added.