Delhi: ISRO has announced that the rover has successfully landed on the south pole of the Moon and has crossed a distance of 8 meters.
And in the announcement issued by ISRO, “The rover is performing well as planned. All the instruments installed on the rover are working well.”
Earlier, the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft sent by India to explore the moon reached the moon on the 23rd. After the spacecraft’s lander set foot on the moon at 6:00 p.m., the rover emerged from it and landed on the lunar surface. Subsequently, ISRO’s attempt to land the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft safely on the moon was announced as a success.
In this case, yesterday, ISRO released a video of the rover leaving the lander and landing on the surface of the moon. ISRO has also released a video of the lunar surface taken before the rover’s departure.