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Setting foot on the moon, India becomes Superpower!

Setting foot on the moon, India becomes Superpower!

After Russia, America, China and Japan, India is the leader in the research of the moon, which is the moon of the earth, so far, it has sent two spacecrafts Chandrayaan-1 and Chandrayaan-2 to the moon and confirmed that there is water there. Currently, India has set foot on the South Pole of the Moon, an unexplored area, launching the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft on 14th of last month (July).
Launched with a 40-day mission to travel 3,84,000 kilometers, Chandrayaan-3 first orbited the Earth in various stages, then was re-orbited to raveled to the Moon The lander was ejected from the thruster of the lunar orbiting Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft and approached the moon in the same orbit. The lander came close to touching down on the moon. Exactly, the ISRO scientists had earlier announced that the moon landing would take place at 6:40 PM yesterday evening. Following this, the live telecast of the Chandrayaan-3 moon landing event from the ISRO control center began at 5.22 pm. The moon landing of Chandrayaan-3 is a major part of India's attempt to achieve a record in space.
After this, at 5.46 pm, ISRO announced that the landing phase of the Vikram lander on the lunar surface began. Altitude of Vikram lander reduced. Automatic Landing System (ALS) was initiated. Thus, the landing phase began. After this, the lander chooses the area on the moon to land on and then landed.
Thus, India is a superpower in the field of space. India has become the 4th country to achieve this feat after USA, Russia and China. In other words, India has made an impressive record on a different level than the other 3 countries because America, Russia and China have never been to the south pole of the moon. Instead, India has successfully landed the Vikram lander at the South Pole. India holds the distinction of being the only country in the world to land on the South Pole of the Moon. It has made the entire world look back towards India.
Indians celebrate this great victory with pride. Congratulations to all the scientists who worked tirelessly for this! thanks!
Let's be proud as Indians!