The successful “Chandrayaan-3” lunar landing mission by ISRO, which made India the fourth country to do so after the US, Russia, and China, will be discussed in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday during the first half. The discussion will take place shortly after the reports from the standing committees on public accounts and labor, textiles, and skill development are laid out on the table.
The discussion about “India’s glorious space journey marked by the successful soft landing of Chandrayaan-3″ was listed as item number 5 on the Rajya Sabha’s agenda. With the success of “Chandrayaan-3,” India also made history by being the first nation to land a lander on the south pole of the moon, which had never before been visited. After a successful soft landing on August 23, the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft is currently in close proximity to the South Pole of the Moon.