ISRO successfully landed the Pragyan rover from the Vikram lander on the moon's surface.

The Chandrayaan-3 mission aimed to land a rover on the lunar south pole for scientific exploration.

The Pragyan rover is an Indian creation, equipped with advanced instruments for lunar experiments.

Delicate deployment of the rover followed a powered descent onto the moon's rugged terrain.

The tight schedule allows for a day of experiments on the lunar surface, equivalent to 14 Earth days.

INSPACe Chairman shared images of Pragyan rover emerging from Vikram lander, marking a historic moment.

Chandrayaan-3's achievements inspire international collaboration for scientific and technological advancements.

Overcoming challenges, ISRO's achievements pave the way for future breakthroughs in space exploration.

The Pragyan rover's successful landing represents a monumental step in India's space exploration journey.

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