ISRO's lunar exploration revealed seismic activity, challenging previous beliefs about the Moon's geological history.

Vikram's real-time monitoring of the Pragyan rover demonstrates ISRO's technical prowess in autonomous exploration.

The RAMBHA-LP payload unveiled sparse lunar plasma, enhancing knowledge of the Moon's ionosphere and atmosphere.

Captivating video documentation of Chandrayaan-3 rover operations fosters public engagement in space exploration.

ISRO's discovery of sulfur at the lunar south pole challenges existing theories about lunar composition.

The announcement of Aditya L1, a solar observatory, highlights India's commitment to studying the Sun and its effects on space weather.

These achievements exemplify India's growing influence in the global space community.

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