India started its ambitious project a long time ago. Please tell that the orbiter has been continuously circling the moon since Vikram Lander lost contact just a few minutes from stepping on the moon's orbit in September. The payloads in the orbiter are sending pictures of the lunar surface to ISRO so that the atmosphere of the moon can be studied. Chandrayaan-2 orbiter has sent a new 3D photo. ISRO has given this information through its official tweeter handle. The arbiter has clicked this 3D picture from the lunar surface which has been clicked through the terrain mapping camera 2.
In its statement, ISRO has written in its tweet that, pay attention to the crater 3D picture clicked by TMC-2 of Chandrayaan-2. The TMC-2 offers 5m spatial resolution and stereo triplets (four, nadir and after views). Even before this, ISRO has already tweeted pictures taken from Chandrayaan-2. ISRO's Chandrayaan-2 moon mission has been special in many ways. This moon mission has been done using fully indigenous technology. However, contact with the Vikram lander was lost just minutes before landing on the lunar surface. Despite this, scientists are studying the lunar surface with the help of Chandrayaan 2's orbiter.
This payload is a terrain mapping camera that was used during Chandrayaan 1. It can click a photo of a high resolution of the panchromatic spectral band (0.5–0.8 μm) potential on the lunar surface. It can take pictures from 5 meters to 20 kilometers from a distance of 100 kilometers from the moon's orbit. Information can be gathered through 3D mapping of the data collected by it. Apart from this, many more payloads have been sent with Chandrayaan-2 orbiter.
#ISRO— ISRO (@isro) November 13, 2019
Have a look of 3D view of a crater imaged by TMC-2 of #Chandrayaan2. TMC-2 provides images at 5m spatial resolution & stereo triplets (fore, nadir and aft views) for preparing DEM of the complete lunar surface.
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