New Delhi: On Saturday, the Indian Space Research Organization released images of the lunar surface clicked by the high-resolution Orbiter Camera (OHRC) aboard Chandrayaan-2.
ISRO shared the images of the moon on the micro blogging site.
OHRC delivers images of the moon with very high spatial resolution. It delivers the sharpest images ever from a lunar orbit platform.
OHRC is an important new tool for topographical lunar studies of the selected region.
These images were taken on 5 September by ISRO from a height of 1
ISRO lost contact with its lander, Vikram, who landed softly on the other side of the moon on September 7th.
Communication with Vikram Lander was lost Successfully separated from the Chandrayaan 2 orbiter on September 2nd. After turning around the Earth orbit for almost 23 days, it started its journey to the moon on the 14th.
The mission started at the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota on July 22.
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