Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched ‘Chandrayaan-2, has successfully reached the orbit of the moon has been. Recently it was impressed by the pictures sent to the land. ISRO recently shared another wonderful picture with the Indians. ‘Chandrayaan-2’ sent a photo of the moon.
ISR Chandrayaan-2 was launched from Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh at 2.43 pm on July 22. It has now left Earth orbit and joined the Moon. The moon was photographed at 2,650 feet above the moon on Thursday and sent to ISRO. ISRO has revealed that this photo was taken on August 21 by Lander (Vikram) in Chandrayaan-2. This photo shows the Apollo Crater crater on the moon and the Mer Oriental crater.
Chandrayaan-2 is currently elliptical in the eclipse of the Moon at 118 X 4412 km. This means that the closest to the moon is 118 km, turning back around 4412 km. It will finally land on the moon at 12.50 pm on September 7.