The first visual representation of the Moon taken by the Chandrayaan 2-spacecraft at a distance of 2650 km from the lunar surface was published by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).
An Important Breakthrough for India's Second Moon Exploration Chandrayaan 2 successfully entered orbit around the Moon on August 20 at 9:02 am after 30 days in space. "Take a look at the first image of the moon taken by # Chandrayaan2 #VikramLander, which was taken at an altitude of about 2650 km from the lunar surface on August 21
 The success of the Chandrayaan 2 mission makes India the fourth country, followed by the US, Russia and China, to make a soft landing on the moon. It has been reported that the budget of ISRO is less than 20 times the budget of NASA in the United States. The spaceship is scheduled to land on the lunar surface on the 7th of September.