India is the first country to land at the Moon's south pole

India just made spaceflight history in more ways than one. The Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft’s Vikram lander has successfully touched down on the Moon, marking the country’s first successful landing on the lunar surface. It’s just the fourth country to do so after the Soviet Union, US and China. More importantly, it’s the first country to land near the Moon’s south pole — a difficult target given the rough terrain, but important for attempts to find water ice. Other nations have only landed near the equator.

The landing comes four years after Chandrayaan-2’s Vikram lander [effectively crashed The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) designed the follow-up with a “failure-based design” that includes more backup systems, a wider landing area and software updates

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How does this benefit the 230 million patels who live in poverty?

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Building toilets would be a better priority for India

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They will be sending their shit to the moon instead of littering river Ganges vile mama @WasikA is littering river sondu with vaginal discharges

Situation 1. Ganges

Situation 2. Sondu

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Ata just feel good factor na pride in Indian achievement is enough benefit but there are many more scientific benefits

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Maskini (illiterate) akipata (ugalibalozi), matako hulia mbwataa(na meffi kutoka) hapo Athi River

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WA balozi najua ni Mimi Santa klauze, huyo mwingine anakaa ONYIango mwenye alitomba mamako in that river , is that sondu river ? It looks familiar