The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has released the first visual data on the moon captured by the Chandrayan 2 spacecraft at a distance of 2650 km from the surface of the moon.
In a major breakthrough for India's second lunar mission, Chandrayan 2 successfully entered the moon's orbit on August 20 at 9.02 am after 30 days of space travel. "Take a look at the first image of the moon, taken by # Chandrayaan2 #VikramLander, taken at an altitude of about 2650 km from the lunar surface on August 21
 The success of the Chandrayan 2 mission has made India the fourth country, followed by the US, Russia and China to pull a soft moon landing. ISRO's budget is reported to be less than 20 times that of US NASA. The spacecraft is expected to land on the moon's surface on September 7th.