moon landing

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moon landing

nallunaggio
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Summary: New Delhi [India], Sept 2 (ANI): Vikram Lander successfully separated from Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter on Monday, bringing the mission a step closer towards landing on the moon.
With Chandrayaan-2 India aims at the soft landing on the Moon. If successful, it will be the fourth country after the US, Russia, and China to do so, said the report.
Science Minister Chris Skidmore said: "Landing on the moon was unthinkable at the start of the 20th Century, so when Neil Armstrong heralded the moment as 'one giant leap for mankind', those words rightly have echoed through the ages.
Blue Moon will be powered by a high performance liquid hydrogen engine, which will help a lot when landing on the moon. Bezos also said resorting to liquid hydrogen as a fuel will allow them to derive hydrogen from the water on the Moon for refueling.
After Chang'e 4's landing on the moon, it will perform a radiation reading.
Named after Chinese moon goddess "Chang'e", China's lunar exploration programme, which began in 2004, includes orbiting and landing on the moon, and bringing samples back to earth.
China's lunar exploration program, named after the legendary Chang'e, a moon goddess accompanied by a jade rabbit, started in 2003, and the first three stages of the program include orbiting and landing on the Moon, and bringing samples back to Earth, Xinhua reported.
"Chang'e-3 has successfully carried out a soft landing on the moon. This makes China the world's third nation to achieve a lunar soft landing," the Chinese Academy of Sciences said in an online post on the mission's official page on Sina Weibo, a Chinese Twitter equivalent.
With only eight years passing between the first man in space and the landing on the moon, many of us confidently expected there to be glass-domed moon bases by now.
Luna 9 was the first spacecraft to make a soft landing on the moon.
The aim is to prove the technological feasibility of a soft and precise robotic landing on the moon.