Congratulations India!

Sergio Acosta y Lara
Departamento de Geomática
Dirección Nacional de Topografía
Ministerio de Transporte y Obras Públicas
(598)29157933 ints. 20329
De: GeoForAll <> en nombre de Suchith Anand 
Enviado: miércoles, 23 de agosto de 2023 10:43:06
Para: GeoForAll;
Asunto: [*Correo Sospechoso*] [Geo4All] India makes history as Chandrayaan-3 
lands near Moon's south pole

Dear colleagues,

A Historic moment, ISRO - Indian Space Research Organization Chandrayaan-3’s 
lander touches down on the lunar surface, making India the first country to 
successfully land a spacecraft near the Moon’s south pole.

All previous missions to the Moon have touched down near the equator - but 
exploring the south pole is key to the hunt for water. Scientists now hope to 
deploy a rover to send images and data back to Earth.  Thank you to all 
scientists and engineers who worked over many years to make this possible.

More details at

Tune in to the official ISRO YouTube channel for a high-definition, immersive 
experience at

It is important to thank the women scientists who took India into space

This mission will inspire students from all over the world to STEM education 
and space science education.

Now it is time to study the Sun...

ISRO is going for the Aditya L1 mission. ADITYA-L1 shall be the first space 
based Indian mission to study the Sun. This will be launched by PSLV from 
Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota.  The spacecraft shall be placed in a 
halo orbit around the Lagrange point 1 (L1) of the Sun-Earth system, which is 
about 1.5 million km from the Earth.

Details of the major science objectives of Aditya-L1 mission are at

Stay tuned, stay inspired, and let's make history together!

Best wishes


From: Suchith Anand
Sent: 14 July 2023 16:40
Subject: Launch of CHANDRAYAAN-3 Mission

Dear colleagues,

Congratulations to all scientists at Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) 
for launching of Chandrayaan-3 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota, 

Chandrayaan-3 is the third lunar exploration mission by the Indian Space 
Research Organization  (ISRO). The launch of Chandrayaan-3 took place at 14 
July 2023, at 2:35 pm IST and injection of 100 km circular polar orbit was 
completed successfully as part of phase one. The lander and rover is expected 
to land near the lunar south pole region on 23 August 2023.

Chandrayaan-3 consists of an indigenous Lander module (LM), Propulsion module 
(PM) and a Rover with an objective of developing and demonstrating new 
technologies required for Inter planetary missions. The Lander will have the 
capability to soft land at a specified lunar site and deploy the Rover which 
will carry out in-situ chemical analysis of the lunar surface during the course 
of its mobility. The Lander and the Rover have scientific payloads to carry out 
experiments on the lunar surface.

More details at

The launch video at

Best wishes


Dr Suchith Anand

Senior Adviser to Governments and International Organisations | Scientist | AI 
Ethics | AI Governance | Policy | Consultant in Data and AI Ethics | Global 
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