India has achieved great success in the lunar mission. Chandrayaan-3 has created history by successfully landing on the surface of the Moon.
India has become the first country to successfully land a spacecraft on the South Pole of the Moon.
After the soft landing of the Vikram lander on the moon, the Pragyan rover will take off and explore the lunar surface. It will provide important information to India.
Chandrayaan-3, which took off from Harikota at 2:35 PM on July 14, has completed its long journey of 40 days.
According to the details given by ISRO, there are three main objectives for Chandrayaan-3.
Soft landing of the lander at the south pole of the moon, landing and orbiting of the lander on the regolith known as the lunar surface, and exploration of the lunar surface by landers and rovers.