India First to Successfully Land Near the Moon’s South Pole with Chandrayaan-3

  • India’s Vikram lander, part of Chandrayaan-3, has made history as the first to land near the Moon’s south pole after overcoming harsh terrain.
  • After a period of inactivity to allow lunar dust to settle, Pragyaan rover will take photos and collect scientific data to understand the Moon’s properties.
  • The successful landing advances India’s ambitions in the space race and may provide pivotal information for other countries’ future lunar missions.
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