Pragyan rover encounters crater on moon, diverts route to safety
New Delhi : Space is a challenging place, and planets on it have different dimensions; India's Pragyan rover on the lunar surface saw something similar when it encountered with an unexpected crater. The promptness of the ISRO team, guided it to safety by changing its designated route to maneuver.
According to information shared by the Indian Speace Research Organisation Team (ISRO) on social media, the rover was assigned a new path as it detected a crater at a distance of about 3 meters.
The alertness and promptness of the scientists and researchers have been phenomenal, specially in this case.
A couple of days back, India made history by making a successful soft landing on the south pole region of the moon. The tricolour nation has become the first country in the world to achieve the feat.
On Sunday, ISRO shared temperature variation graph in which it showcased a huge variation from -10 degree celcius under the surface to 60 degrees above the surface.
On August 23, 2023, Vikram Lander had successfully touched down the lunar.