Moon rover from the Chandrayaan 3 was rolled out from the spacecraft on Thursday morning to explore the uncharted surfaces of the moon after the successful and safe landing on the south pole of the Moon, making India the first to achieve this feat.
ISRO – Chandrayaan 3 Successful Landing
And now, India has become the fourth nation to land on the moon’s surface after the United States, China, and the Soviet Union. The whole country is now celebrating the success of Chandrayaan 3 and also getting praise from foreign nations. People are sharing exciting and interesting pictures to show their support for this celebration.
One such image is going viral on social media where the scientists of the ISRO – Indian Space Research Organisation have been seen carrying out the parts of the rockets on a cycle. The image shows how two ISRO scientists have been carrying out a nose cone to the Thumba Equatorial Rocket Launching Station in Thiruvananthapuram.
After seeing the fantastic image, one can see how the country has undergone significant development. In 1963, during the first moon mission in India, the parts of the rocket were carried out over a cycle, and now, India has successfully launched Chandrayaan 3 on the moon’s south pole. People are celebrating the success of India’s new achievement.