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ISRO’s Most recent Video On Meanderer Wandering On Moon Has A “Chandamama” Reference

The Chandrayaan-3 module delivered to the moon the Pragyan rover and Vikram lander.

In New Delhi: The Pragyan rover is being wheeled on the Moon’s surface remotely from a command center in Bengaluru in order to find a path that avoids craters and boulders on the lunar surface, according to a video released by India’s space agency. Before a lunar night (which lasts 14 Earth days) sets next week, the rover and Vikram, the lander that brought Pragyan to the Moon, are rushing to complete investigations.

“The rover was spun to find a secure path. A Lander Imager Camera recorded the spin, according to a tweet from the Indian Space Research Organisation on X (formerly Twitter). It seems as though a youngster is carefreely playing in Chandamama’s yards as the mother adoringly looks on.