What India’s space program is planning after successful moon landing | DW News

The Chandrayan-3 lunar rover has begun exploring the moon’s surface, after India became the first country to land a craft near the largely unexplored south pole.
Chandrayan-3 sent back images of its six-wheeled, solar-powered rover leaving the craft to conduct experiments for the next two weeks. The mission’s success has sparked massive celebrations in India – it’s only the fourth country to pull off a soft lunar landing – and for the relatively low cost of around $75-million dollars. India says its next plans are for a crewed mission to the Moon.

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