Luna-25 vs Chandrayan 3

Chandrayaan 3 vs Luna 25: Indian Space Agency ISRO told that the spacecrafts of both countries will land on the south pole of the moon. 118 km between the two spacecraft.

Chandrayaan 3 vs Luna 25: After India’s Chandrayaan-3, now Russia has also launched Luna-25 moon spacecraft. This mission of Russia has been launched a month after Chandrayaan-3 but will land on the Moon’s surface before Chandrayaan. According to the Russian Space Agency, on August 21, Luna-25 will land on the lunar surface. On the other hand, India’s Chandrayaan-3 will reach the moon on 23 August.

118 km distance between the two spacecraft:
Indian space agency ISRO told that the spacecrafts of both the countries will land on the south pole of the moon. 118 km between the two spacecraft. The distance will be ISRO has also shared the location of both. Chandrayaan is 69.63 South, 32.32 East While Luna’s location is 69.5 south 43.5 east. Please tell that India’s Chandrayaan is traveling more than Luna. The reason for this is that the Russian rocket is bigger and more powerful than the Indian rocket.

At the same time, the Russian agency said that both the missions would land at different places. Assurances have been given that a harmonious coexistence will prevail between the two entities, leaving no room for conflict. Explain that India’s Chandrayaan-3 will work on the moon only for 14 days, while Luna will continue to do research on the moon for a year.

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