Earlier this week, ISRO announced that Vikram and Pragyan were put to sleep after investigating the Lunar surface for two weeks — after the Sun began to set on the Moon.
Vikram’s payloads were turned on Thursday morning.
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CTTC played a major role in delivering over 75,000 components for Chandrayaan-3 and has now started supplying critical components for Gaganyaan, India’s first crewed orbital spacecraft.
What began as a humble yet ambitious odyssey to the Moon under a Malayali has tasted success under another Malayali.
Here is a glimpse of the journey of India's third lunar exploration venture has taken so far.
Chandrayaan-3’s Vikram lander will attempt a soft touchdown on Moon today, reducing its speed and turning its position from horizontal to vertical.