India spatial project

India spatial project

Indian Space Agency (ISRO) has set an ambitious target to reach the Moon’s south in search of atomic energy. ISRO chief declared that India will launch a rover this month to explore this untouched region on the surface of the Moon and to analyze crystal samples for water and helium-3 signals. This moon mission will be called Chandrayaan II, which will be the next in the series of Chandrayaan 1, which was a success.

If the helium isotope is discovered in abundance in the Moon, then theoretically it can meet global energy demands for 250 years, then India wants to lead its exploration. “

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