Indian research firm ISRO has released images taken from Chandrayan-2 satellite in India. This information is provided by tweeting on behalf of ISRO. Tweeting from ISRO, it was said, “Terrain mapping camera-2 of Chandrayaan-2 on August 23 has taken pictures of holes in the junction, Mach, and Mitra, 4375 km away from the surface of Lunar.”
Earlier on Thursday, ISRO released the first image sent from Chandrayaan II. The Indian Space Research Agency has said that the photo taken from Chandrayan-2’s LI4 camera was taken on August 21 from 2650 km away from the moon. On August 4, the Space Research Agency released the first image of the Earth taken from Chandrajan-2.
The Chandrajan-2 has a Lander, Arbiter and Rover. On July 22, Chandrayaan-2 was transported from Earth to the Moon. Chandrayaan-2 will land on the moon on September 7. Scientists at Bangalore’s Space Research Center will be involved in the process. Indian scientists expect the process to be complete by 1:55am on September 7.
According to ISRO chief K Sivan, Chandrayaan-2 will make a soft landing on the Moon by 1:40am He expects that the process will be completed by 1:55am. This is a very important mission for India. Everyone is eagerly looking forward to this mission. Chandrayaan-2 successfully entered the orbit of the moon on August 20 for the last time.