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Chandrayan-2: Why is the Moon's South Pole so special? “The South Pole has not been explored



  South Pole unexplored
The successful landing of Chandrayan-2, taking billions of dreams to the moon, will make India the fourth country after Russia, the US and China to achieve a soft landing on the lunar surface. But he will be the first to launch a mission to the unexplored South Pole of the moon.

The world, countries, companies, and even individuals are turning to the moon – fighting each other to cast their flags on the lunar South Pole.

But what makes the lunar South Pole so special.

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  Untouched by Sunlight
Its craters have been untouched by sunlight for billions of years – offering an unbroken record of the origin of the solar system. Getty Images

  Lots of water
Its permanently shaded craters are estimated to hold nearly 100 million tons of water.

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  For future studies

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For future study

Its elemental and positional advantages make it a suitable pit for stopping for future space exploration. [19659008] Getty Images

  Unused source of resources

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Unused source of resources

Its regolith has traces of hydrogen, ammonia, methane, sodium, mercury and mercury – making it an untapped source of essential resources.

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