India today forward Chandrayaan-2 while moving ahead of its space mission.
Chandrayaan 2 is planned to land on the Moon's South Pole in the first week of September.
Scientists say that this terrain of the moon is quite complicated and the country already landed on the moon has not been able to reach this area.
Scientists hope that water and fossils can be found here. The interesting thing is that India's Chandrayaan is on the mission when the whole world is celebrating 50 years of human arrival on the moon.
On July 20, 1969, American astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped on the surface of the Moon and created a new history of man's success.
But did you know why Neil Armstrong was chosen for this mission?
Michael Collins, Apollo 11 mission astronaut, remembers this election something like this.
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