India approved its third lunar mission. This was stated by the country's space agency (ISRO), they noted that they want to "realize their initial ambitions and become a space power by spending a minimum amount of money."
The purpose of this flight is toto land at the south pole of the moon, where devices had not landed before. It is believed that there is water, since the craters there are not exposed to high temperatures. ISRO hopes to confirm the presence of water in the form of ice.
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Sharp braking at the second stage of landing caused the accident of the first Indian lunar probe Vikram. This was noted in a statement by the Indian Space Research Organization.
September 7, Indian Vikram landing moduleThe Chandrayan-2 lunar mission lost contact with the Earth when it landed on the surface of the moon. If the operation was successful, India would become the fourth country to land an intact spacecraft on the moon.