ISRO Unveils Captivating Video of Chandrayaan-3's Pragyan Rover Exploring Moon's South Pole

Rozana Spokesman  | Amanat Thaper

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Video captures the Pragyan Rover traversing the Lunar Terrain at the South Pole

Pragyan Rover

NEW-DELHI: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has released a new video showcasing the Pragyan rover of Chandrayaan-3 in action. The video captures the Pragyan rover traversing the lunar terrain at the South Pole, specifically around the 'Shiv Shakti' point. This development follows ISRO's announcement a day prior that the rover had successfully covered a distance of approximately eight meters on the moon's surface and its instruments were operational.

In the latest 40-second video, ISRO showcases the Pragyan rover gracefully navigating the unique landscape of the Moon's South Pole. The rover's mission is to unravel the enigmatic mysteries of this lunar region. Notably, the 'Shiv Shakti Point,' where the Chandrayaan-3 lander touch down, was named by Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself. This video provides a visual glimpse of the rover's journey as it explores this chosen point.