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This is how Chandamama, Chandrayaan 2 sent a close photo of the moon

India's ambitious mission Chandrayaan-2 is moving towards its goal. Meanwhile, he is raising curiosity among the people, as well as sending some photos which we have never seen before. This photo is something different from the beautiful moon we see from our earth. ISRO has shared pictures of the moon sent by Chandrayaan-2, in which the moon is not seen shining. Looking at the picture, it seems that the moon we call shining is not a reality.

This is how Chandamama, Chandrayaan 2 sent a close photo of the moon
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The Indian Space Agency shared the first photo taken by Chandrayaan-2. ISRO wrote on the tweet from its Twitter account that, 'See the first picture of moon taken by Chandrayaan-2 Vikram Lander from an altitude of 2,650 km above the lunar surface on 21 August 2019.' ISRO further wrote in this tweet, this picture Mayer Oriental Basin and Apollo Crater can be identified.

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Moon is Earth's only satellite

The Moon is the only natural satellite of the Earth. It is located 4,84,400 kilometers from the Earth. It revolves around the Earth the way our Earth orbits the Sun. Because of this, we cannot see the moon completely, but only some part of it is visible. There is no atmosphere here.

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The moon has no light of its own, nor its own energy. He shines under the influence of the sun's rays. During the night when the sun's rays fall on the moon, we see the moon shining.

Topic: #earth #isro #sun
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people r suffering on earth and farmers dying of suicide and poor peoples are getting poorer and economy is at is at worst ..why waste money in these things..which cost billions of rupees which is totally waste..

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proud being an Indian,what a growth,JAI HIND

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ISRO did It's best.Thanks to team ISRO

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