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Chandrayaan 2 clicks first image of moon

Mid-Day Thursday, 22 August 2019
*Chennai:* The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Thursday released the first Moon image shot by Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft. According to the Indian space agency, the picture was taken at a height of about 2,650 km from the Moon surface on August 21, 2019.



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News video: India's Lunar Probe Snaps Its First Glorious Photo of the Moon

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Just days after entering into a lunar orbit, the Indian Space Research Organisation's Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft snagged its first shot of the moon. The lander is expected to separate and then touch down on the surface September 7th.

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