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India becomes the first country to land near the moon’s south pole

India achieved a historic feat on Wednesday, when its Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft successfully landed near the moon’s south pole, a region that has never been explored before by any other country.

The spacecraft, which means “mooncraft” in Sanskrit, carried a six-wheeled rover that will roam the lunar surface for two weeks, conducting various experiments and collecting data.

The landing was celebrated across India, where millions of people watched the live broadcast of the mission on television and social media.

 The mission was India’s second attempt to land on the moon, after its previous Chandrayaan-2 mission failed in 2019 due to a software glitch that caused the lander to crash.

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