In a triumphant comeback, India’s Chandrayaan-3 mission has achieved a successful soft landing on the Moon’s south pole. The Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) lander and rover safely touched down, showcasing India’s resilience after the Chandrayaan-2 setback in 2019.
Equipped with advanced instruments, the rover will conduct vital geological and mineralogical studies, unraveling lunar history and evolution. The accomplishment underscores India’s space capabilities and commitment to scientific advancement. As the nation rejoices, the achievement fosters international collaboration and contributes to the global pursuit of lunar exploration.