When the Pragyan rover reached the deep crater on the moon, ISRO released pictures

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Chandrayaan 3 Mission: Rover Pragyan of Chandrayaan-3 mission is walking on the south pole of the moon. ISRO has released some more pictures of the rover on Monday (28 August). Also, ISRO told that on Sunday (August 27) the rover had reached a large crater. However, it returned safely.

Sharing the photo, ISRO tweeted (now X) saying, “On August 27, the rover Pragyan of the Chandrayaan-3 mission reached a 4 meter diameter crater (crater), 3 meters ahead of its location. The command was given. It is now safely proceeding on a new course.”

The graph of the moon’s surface was released

Earlier on Sunday, ISRO released a graph of the temperature variation measured on the lunar surface of the chest payload attached to Vikram Lander of Chandrayaan-3. In the graph released by ISRO, the temperature of the lunar surface is visible from -10 degree Celsius to more than 50 degree Celsius.

ISRO had told that the payload has a temperature probe which is capable of reaching a depth of 10 cm below the surface. It has 10 temperature sensors. Let us tell you that ISRO launched the Chandrayaan-3 mission on 14 July.

Soft landing was done on 23 August

Its lander module made a soft landing on the south pole of the moon at 6.4 pm on 23 August. Rover Pragyan came out of Vikram Lander a few hours after landing. No country had reached the south pole of the moon before. India became the first country to do so.

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