Chandrayaan-3 landing LIVE Updates: India over the Moon

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ISRO Chandrayaan 3 Moon Landing Live Updates: Isro’s third lunar mission Chandrayaan-3 made a soft-landing on the Moon on Wednesday. With this, India joined the short list of countries in the world to land a rover on the Moon. Celebrations broke out across the nation after the Chandrayaan-3 lander module succeeded in soft landing. Prime Minister Narendra Modi called it a “historic movement” and said it had sounded the “bugle for a developed India”. Stay with for the latest updates on Chandrayaan-3’s landing.


‘Historic moment for India’: Indian Space Association on Chandrayaan-3’s landing

Talking on the progress of Chandrayaan-3 mission, Lieutenant General Anil Kumar Bhatt (Retd), Chief General, Indian Space Affiliation said, “We cheer Isro on the effective arriving of Chandrayaan-3, which shows’ serious areas of strength for India of room investigation and our ability in the space.”

“The fruitful landing shows the capability of the Indian space area and spots India among the not very many countries in the entire world who have accomplished this accomplishment. It is likewise a harbinger of the interesting open doors that it brings for private players. It not just energizes the improvement of the lunar space economy yet additionally flags a significant change,” he said.

  • Former Nasa scientist congratulates India on Chandrayaan-3’s success

Previous Nasa researcher, Thomas Zurbuchen, saluted Isro as Chandrayaan-3’s Vikram lander effectively delicate arrived on the Moon’s south polar area

  • Chandrayaan-3’s success: PM Modi to meet Isro scientists on August 26 in Bengaluru

PM Narendra Modi will be in Bengaluru on August 26 to meet and praise researchers from the Indian Space Exploration Association (Isro).

  • India becomes 1st nation to land on near Moon’s south pole

In a noteworthy accomplishment, India on Wednesday become the absolute first country on the planet to accomplish a lunar arriving in the Moon’s cryptic south polar locale. The Chandrayaan-3 mission handled its Vikram lander on the Moon tonight at 6:03 pm. The Vikram lander conveys the Pragyaan meanderer inside, which will currently decide to investigate the lunar surface

  • Chandrayaan-3’s success: Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud congratulates Isro

Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud congratulates Isro on Chandrayaan-3’s landing on the Moon.

“It is with immense pride as a citizen of our great nation that I witnessed the remarkable landing of Chandrayaan 3 on the moon today,” he said.

“The success of the lunar mission places India in a select group of nations to successfully achieve a landing on the lunar surface. It is all the more significant because India is the only nation to have achieved a lunar landing on the South Pole of the moon,” he added.

(Inputs by Srishti Ojha)

  • Isro chief talks about toughest moment during Chandrayaan-3 mission

Isro chief S Somanath said that the toughest moment of the Chandrayaan-3 mission was during the launch itself. He also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to make sure India remains dominant in space exploration and science.

Somanath said that the Chandrayaan-3 had support from ground stations across the world and were giving Isro real-time information and data about the mission. He said that only India’s space agency can carry out a mission of this scale in a cost-effective way.

  • What’s next for Isro? Space agency chief talks about upcoming missions

“Aditya L1 is set to be sent off the following month. I can not let you know the kind of fervor that is in India today for this mission. I need to thank everybody in the country. The mission is devoted to you,” said Isro boss, S Somanath, at a public interview.

He said, “Isro is arranging numerous missions. Quick is Aditya L1 to concentrate on the sun. It will be incorporated with a rocket today or tomorrow. Everything is going according to design.”

He said that it would require 120 days to arrive at its objective 15 lakh km away from Earth.

Moreover, he expressed, “The following mission will be Gaganyaan cut short mission exhibit. It very well may be toward the finish of September or first seven day stretch of October.”

  • This is the beginning of the golden era: Isro chief after Chandrayaan-3’s success

Isro boss S Somanath, at a public interview, said that Chandrayaan-3’s Pragyan wanderer will emerge from the lander next. “Anticipating the thrilling 14 days to come. This is the start of the golden period,” he said.

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