ISRO Redirects Chandrayaan-3 Rover Pragyan to Avoid Lunar Crater, Continues In-depth Studies

  • Pragyan, Chandrayaan-3’s rover, has been re-routed to prevent falling into a 4-metre crater, according to the Indian Space Research Organisation.
  • The rover continues its mission of conducting thermal measurements and observing lunar surface variations using the ChaSTE payload.
  • ISRO has reported achieving two of the three main goals of the Chandrayaan-3 mission: safe landing and rover movement on lunar surface.
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