ISRO Shares First Picture Of Moon Taken By Chandrayaan 2

ISRO’s moon-bound mission Chandrayaan 2 has finally captured a picture of the moon. ISRO released a picture on Thursday on Twitter. Chandrayaan-2 snapped the portrait from a height of 1,650 miles (2,650 kilometers) above the lunar surface.

ISRO also marked Apollo and Orientale Base on the picture.

Let’s have a look at it:


After we got the good news in the starting of this week about Chandrayaan 2 successfully entering the lunar orbit, we are celebrating a weekend with Moon’s picture.

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