Lunar Triumph

Lunar Triumph
The Indian Space Research
Organisation’s (ISRO) Chandrayaan-3 Lander Module (LM) achieved an extraordinary feat, marking India’s successful soft landing on the Moon’s surface on August 23. This monumental achievement, following its launch on July 14, places India as the fourth nation, alongside the USSR, U.S., and China, to achieve this milestone. The event signifies a transformative moment for India in space exploration, particularly with its pioneering touchdown on the uncharted lunar south pole. Chandrayaan-3’s success not only enhances India’s image but also ignites scientific curiosity among students. Immediately after Chandrayaan-3 soft landing, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson’s congratulatory note to India “congratulations to #India on being the 4th country to successfully soft-land a spacecraft on the Moon. We’re glad to be your partner on this mission!” While celebrations abound, it’s important not to overshadow the scientific accomplishments by excessively exuberant displays of patriotism. Chandrayaan-3 rectifies past errors, setting the stage for comprehensive lunar research.
Bidyut Kumar Chatterjee, Faridabad

Chandrayan’s Feat
Chandrayan-3’s milestone marks a historic stride for Indian scientists, evoking pride in the realm of knowledge and exploration. We extend congratulations to these achievers and advocate for embracing this scholarly and scientific advancement. Delving into its intricacies can unravel the secrets of the universe. Amidst the glory, it’s imperative to shield this achievement from political biases.
Afazuddin Kazi Qasmi, Mumbai

India’s Lunar Feat
India’s historic feat as the first nation to land on the Moon’s South Pole stands as a testament to innovation. Overcoming harsh conditions, this accomplishment showcases the determination of both scientists and the government. The resilience shown after a previous setback speaks volumes, with the Prime Minister’s encouragement fueling their pursuit of excellence. This triumph isn’t just about gains and losses; it’s a stride towards human advancement. Amidst the BRICS conference, the PM’s assurance that this victory benefits global society emphasizes its humanitarian significance. ISRO’s achievement not only eases upcoming missions but also taps into the Moon’s ice-water deposits for fuel. This remarkable leap brings immortal value, resonating with human welfare. Kudos to ISRO and Indian scientists for this monumental stride.
N Ashraf, Mumbai


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