Google Doodle celebrates as India scripts historical past, becomes first country to land on Moon’s south pole


Chandrayaan-3: The Doodle for right now honours the historic first contact down on the south pole of the moon.

The Google Doodle for right now honours the first-ever touchdown on the south pole of the moon. India becomes the first and solely country to land on Moon’s South Pole.

The Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft was launched on July 14, 2023, from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota Range, Andhra Pradesh, India, and efficiently landed on August 23, 2023, shut to the lunar south pole. 

Moon landings are a troublesome process. Only the United States, China, and the previous Soviet Union have efficiently completed smooth landings on the moon earlier than, however no nation has beforehand reached the southern pole area. India not solely grew to become the 4th country to attain the moon but additionally the first country to land on the Moon’s south pole. 

Since house travellers feared there is perhaps ice deposits inside completely shadowed craters, the south pole of the moon has drawn extra consideration than ordinary. Now that Chandrayaan-3 has arrived, this prediction has come true!

Future astronauts could have the option to entry important sources from this ice, together with oxygen, water, and probably hydrogen rocket gasoline. 

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated scientists from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) stating, “The success belongs to all of humanity… It will assist moon missions by different international locations sooner or later. I’m assured that each one international locations on the planet can aspire for the moon and past. The sky shouldn’t be the restrict!”

Nilesh Desai
Nilesh Desai
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