EXCLUSIVE: India’s chandrayaan 2 Sends first images, shows plastic Bottles left by Neil Armstrong on Moon

EXCLUSIVE: India’s chandrayaan 2 Sends first images, shows plastic Bottles left by Neil Armstrong on Moon

New Delhi: After a fateful crash due to out of trajectory movement, ISRO – India’s premier space agency appears to have become successful in making contact with the lander as it sent few images back to earth.

It is learnt that only one of the camera is still working on the Lander. The camera is equipped with Carl Zeiss Lens and AI mode powered by OPPO.

The raw image received by our reporter

The transmission from the lander was captured by London TV Tower and transmitted back to ISRO observatory on AM Wave Frequency.

After a deep and thorough analysis of data, the images were decoded and shows beautiful surface of moon as seen below.

However, the images also show plastic bottles on the surface of moon left in earlier expedition by Neil Armstrong & Team.

There is a public outcry and concern that Moon – may also get littered like mount Everest and the seas around the world.

The story is in development and will be updated as more information is recieved

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