On Wednesday, August 23, at 6:04 p.m., Lander Vikram successfully landed on the south pole of the moon. India became the first country in the world to conquer the south pole of the moon. India made history! After watching, the entire country became proud of the artisans on the mission.
Along with every Indian, former Lengendary Sourav Ganguly was also excited about the success of Chandrayaan 3. The legendary captain of the national team said on Thursday, 'Congratulations to ISRO. It is a remarkable achievement, and the lowest-cost Chandrayaan 3 touched the lunar soil. Before this, different countries had reached the moon. But this is a first for India. And spends the least amount of money. I keep saying it. I have said this before. We live in an incredible country.'
But not enjoying that success, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) started preparing for the next lunar mission. However, it has been heard that Chandrayaan 4 is going to be a joint mission. India and Japan are going to join hands on the next moon mission. Chandrayaan 4 will be made with the purpose of searching for water on the moon's soil. ISRO is joining hands with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) for the Chandrayaan 4 mission. The joint venture Lunar Polar Exploration Mission (Lupex) will send the spacecraft to the moon. Another name for Lupex is Chandrayaan 4.
In the past few years, during space surveillance, there have been several indications of the existence of water on the moon's soil. It is important to keep this in mind for future space missions. The discovery of water means that it is possible to use it to build settlements on the moon. Chandrayaan-4 will take that responsibility on its shoulders.
According to the information received so far, Chandrayaan-4 will search for water in the polar regions of the Moon. Once the water is found, scientists will conduct research and make decisions about the quality of that water, how much water it contains, and what it can be used for.