Chandrayaan-3: The country is keenly watching Chandrayaan-3 on its way to make its historic touchdown on the Moon’s south pole with people from diverse faiths praying for the mission’s success. On Tuesday, the Indian Space Research Organisation said the Chandrayaan-3 mission was on schedule and shared images of the Moon captured by the Lander Position Detection Camera (LPDC) from an altitude of about 70 kilometres.
Meanwhile, people in the various parts of the country held prayers for the success of the mission. Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Anand Dubey on Tuesday organised a ‘havan’ at Chandramauleshwar Shiv Mandir in Mumbai for the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3.
“The mission is on schedule. Systems are undergoing regular checks. Smooth sailing is continuing,” tweeted posted on X.
In Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow, Muslims offered namaz at the Islamic Centre of India where they prayed for the mission’s success.
In addition, people of Agra and Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, performed havan in honour of Chandrayaan-3’s successful landing on the moon’s south pole.
Around 6:04 p.m., the lander Vikram, carrying the rover Pragyan, is predicted to arrive close to the south polar region. India would be the first nation to reach the south pole of the planet’s lone natural satellite if it is successful.
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