Chandrayaan-3, India's third lunar exploration mission, achieved a significant milestone in space exploration.
The rover successfully completed its assignments on the lunar surface.
Advanced scientific instruments, such as APXS and LIBS payloads, played a crucial role in analyzing lunar surface composition.
Data from the rover's instruments was transmitted to Earth via the lander, providing real-time insights to scientists.
The rover was placed in sleep mode to conserve power and ensure mission longevity.
The solar panel was oriented to receive sunlight for recharging the rover's battery.
Scientists eagerly await the rover's awakening on September 22, 2023, for its next set of assignments.
Chandrayaan-3 symbolizes India's prowess in space exploration.
The mission holds promise for new discoveries about the Moon's geology and composition.
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