Chandrayaan-3's orbit has been reduced to 174 km x 1437 km following a manoeuvre performed on August 9, as shared by ISRO on X (Twitter). The spacecraft has moved closer to the Moon’s surface
While the next operation for Chandrayaan-3 Mission is scheduled for August 14, 2023, between 11:30 am and 12:30 pm, India Today’s Rahul Gupta has reimagined Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, Vikram Sarabhai, Satish Dhawan and other esteemed scientists rejoicing at Chandrayaan-3 Mission’s Moon landing in AI-generated images
The AI generated image of former president APJ Abdul Kalam shows him raising his hand triumphantly as a future scenario of the Chandrayaan-3 Mission successfully landing on the Moon is reimagined
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Late Dr APJ Abdul Kalam’s AI avatar is seen at ISRO’s mission control center in another image. Known as the Missile Man of India, Dr Kalam was pivotal in developing five different missiles- Prithvi, Agni, Trishul, Akash, Nag during his tenure at DRDO
Known as the Father of the Indian space program, Dr Vikram Sarabhai is seen celebrating Chandrayaan-3’s successful landing as reimagined by AI. The establishment of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), preceded by Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) where Dr Sarabhai served as the Chairman, was one of his greatest achievements
The AI-generated image of Prof UR Rao shows him elated at the success of Chandrayaan-3 Moon Mission. He is credited with establishing satellite technology in India in 1972. The design and launch of the first Indian satellite 'Aryabhata' to space in 1975 and over 18 other satellites were done under the guidance of Dr UR Rao
An elated Dr Nambi Narayanan flashes a thumbs up sign as his AI avatar celebrates the landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the Moon. The former ISRO scientist’s contribution to the Indian space program is immense. He has been credited for developing the Vikas rocket engine
Earlier, Dr Nambi Narayanan told ANI, ''Chandrayaan-3 will definitely be a game changer for India and I hope it will be successful. India will become an inspiration to the entire world. Let's wait for the launch and pray for the best."
Former ISRO Chairman Prof. Satish Dhawan’s AI avatar is seen rejoicing at the success of India’s lunar mission Chandrayaan-3. Prof Satish Dhawan’s experiments in remote sensing and satellite communications led to operational systems like INSAT- a telecommunications satellite, IRS - the Indian Remote Sensing satellite and the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) that placed India in the league of space faring nations.
An AI image of a lander similar to Chandrayaan-3 shows it landing on the Moon