After the success of its lunar landing programme - Chandrayaan-3, the Indian Space Research Organisation is now set to make history with the launch of its new mission to study the Sun. Aditya-L1 Solar Mission, is India’s first mission to explore the Sun. ISRO said the launch rehearsal and the rocket’s internal checks were completed. The spacecraft would be launched by PSLV-C57 rocket, to study the Sun.
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After the successful mission of Chandrayaan-3, the ISRO Chief offered prayer at a temple in Tripura. Dressed in Saffron, the ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation Chief S. Somanath, visited the Pournamikavu Bhadrakali temple in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, on Sunday after the successful lunar landing of Chandrayaan-3. He offered prayers at the temple and said that science and spirituality are two sides of the same coin.… read-more
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After successful Chandrayaan-3, the ISRO is taking another step towards space exploration. The Chief of ISRO S. Somnath said, they are getting ready with Aditya L1 Mission, which would aim to study the Sun, a first in India. It would be India's first solar mission, which is expected to be announced in the first week of September, followed by a preparatory launch.
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Two days after the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) successfully landed lunar spacecraft Chandrayaan-3 near the moon’s south pole, making India the first country in the world to achieve this feat, the space agency released the first images of the rover (Pragyan). The images were shared on X, formerly known as Twitter, with caption, "“...and here is how the Chandrayaan-3 rover ramped down from the lander to the lunar surface."
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After India trolled UK journalist, asking to stop sending money to the country, which has an advanced space zone, Pakistani cricketer Mohsin Ali also took a dig. In a viral video, Ali was seen saying, "Gore bade pareshaan hai," He criticised the Sydney-based British journalist Sophie, and said, this rapid progress (Chandrayaan-3 ISRO mission), especially in the field of space science, was hard for the journalist to digest."
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A British Journalist shared a post on Chandrayaan-3, asking the UK Government not to send aid to India, as it has space programmes so advanced they can land rockets on the other side of the moon. Soon, netizens took a troll on the Sopheie Corcona, asking her that UK should first return $45 trillion, money which was looted from India, pre- Independence. Notably, economist Utsa Patnaik mentioned the facts.
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After the mockery cartoon of Chandrayaan-3, on X formerly known as Twitter, the netizens trends #Arrest Prakash Raj. The Tollywood actor is destroyed on X platform, as the netizens, after the success of Chandrayaan-3 took offence and demanded action against Prakash Raj. Notably, Raj had shared a cartoon of a man wearing a vest and a lungi pouring tea. Although, Raj apologized for the post, but netizens seems angry.
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India's Chandrayaan-3 has landed near the Moon's south pole. The successful Moon mission has made India the fourth country to achieve a soft landing on the lunar surface after the US, China, and the erstwhile Soviet Union, and the first to land a craft near the Moon's south pole. The lander Vikram captured several images of the lunar surface during the power descent, showing a portion of the landing site.
Bollywood celebrities flooded 'X' formerly known as Twitter with congratulatory messages for the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) which made Chandrayaan-3, the mission to the moon, a success. Celebrities and actors like Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Abhishek Bachchan, Amitabh Bachchan and many others extended wishes to the ISRO scientists who were behind the success. In addition, 'X' is also flooded with memes and pride messages for… read-more
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In a historic moment for ISRO and India, Chandrayaan-3, after a 40-day journey starting from the Sathish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, has landed successfully. As per the updates, the Vikram lander has successfully tilted to a horizontal position ahead of safe successful landing. With this, India became the fourth nation to successfully land on the Moon surface. Indians' prayers and hard work of ISRO paid off.
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