-Galla S Kiran Kumar,Bureau Chief Telagana (Andhra Pradesh)
ISRO has recently tweeted another about the Chandrayaan-3 lander. The lander has once again landed safely.
Delhi: Chandrayaan-3 made history by landing safely at the South Pole a few days ago. Recently, ISRO announced that the Vikram Lander Zabili has landed safely on the surface.
Vikram Lander has performed beyond the targets set for the Chandrayaan-3 mission. It successfully completed the hop experiment. The lander fired its engines as per our instructions. As expected, it rose 40 cm into the air and landed safely at a distance of 30 to 40 cm. This gives us an incentive for manned missions to bring samples on Zabili to Earth. All systems are functioning properly even after this landing,” ISRO tweeted.
The lander and rover landed on the south pole of the moon to the surprise of the whole world, having completed the objectives set for them and are ready to rest. As part of this, ISRO revealed on Saturday night that the first rover was sent into hibernation mode. Again on the 22nd of this month, the sun is rising at the Shivshakti point and the rover plate has changed its perspective to receive sunlight on that day. It said that its receiver was switched on. If it is not active on that day, it will remain as India’s ambassador on the moon.