Pragyan Rover's mission on the Moon continues since the soft landing of Chandrayaan-3. Pragyan Rover has sent many important information from the Moon to ISRO, due to which the situation there has been continuously known. Meanwhile, Pragyan Rover has covered a distance of more than 100 meters on the Moon.
Giving information, the ISRO chief said that the Pragyan rover and the Vikram lander would be put into sleep mode within a day or two as it would be night on the Moon and due to this the process of rover's sleep mode would be initiated.
ISRO Chairman S Somnath said that Pragyan Rover and Vikram Lander are working well so far. He said that Pragyan Rover has covered a distance of 100 km from Ladder Vikram. ISRO chief gave this information during the successful launch of India's first solar mission Aditya L-1.
Thanks to India's Chandrayaan-3 mission, for the first time the temperature of the Moon's south pole has been detected. The Chandra Surface Thermophysical Experiment (CHEST), a payload mounted on the lander Vikram, had sent a profile graph of the lunar surface temperature. It shows the change in temperature with increase in depth. Temperatures at the surface generally ranged between 50-60 degrees centigrade, while the maximum temperature at the South Pole is 70 degrees centigrade.
While giving information about Mission Chandrayaan-3, ISRO had said that after the tests, the presence of sulfur in the south pole region of the Moon has been confirmed. This is the first historical discovery that can provide clues to the origin of the Moon and also has deep significance for space exploration.