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Chandrayaan-3 displays the moon’s craters in an impressive manner.

A camera aboard Chandrayaan-3 records the surface of the moon (image credit: @isro/Twitter)

A new image of the moon has been released by ISRO, revealing incredible detail from its surface. The image was captured by India’s third Moon mission spacecraft ‘Chandrayaan-3’ a day after it entered lunar orbit on August 5.

The Lander Horizontal Velocity Camera (LHVC) aboard Chandrayaan-3 captured an image of the moon, including Oceanus Procellarum and craters such as Aristarchus and Eddington.

The Chandrayaan-3 mission is of great importance.

Viewed by the public eye.

The Lander Imager (LI) Camera

The day of the launch was observed.


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The Lander Horizontal Velocity Camera (LHVC) is a camera designed to increase the footage’s vertical range.

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The ISRO (@isro) will be the destination on August 10, 2023.

The Lander Imager camera captured an image of the earth from space on July 14, which ISRO later released.

The pictures were uploaded on Twitter (now X) on August 10 and have since received over 1.7 million views, resulting in 40,000 likes on the microblogging site.

The Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota launched Chandrayaan-3 on July 14, which will land on the moon on August 23. This mission will make India the fourth country to perform a soft landing on Earth.

ISRO is executing various actions to gradually lower the orbit of Chandrayaan-3 and shift it over the lunar poles as part of its ongoing mission.

(With input from PTI)

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