The Indian spacecraft Chandrayan-2 emits fresh images on the cratered surface of the moon only weeks from the moment the ship has to touch the unexplored southern pole of the Earth's natural satellite.
The photos were taken more than 4,000 kilometers above the moon's surface and were published by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Monday.
They capture a number of remarkable lunar landmarks, including Somerfeld, Jackson, Crater Mach, Korolev and Mitra and the North Pole region.
Chandrayan-2 is currently orbiting the moon, performing maneuvers in preparation for its lunar landing on September 7. the first images of the Earth taken by the lunar mission (PHOTOS)
Once touched down in the South Pole, a small solar-powered motor will be located, Prague. During its 1
If it succeeds, India will be the fourth country to land on the moon after the US, USSR and China.
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