New Delhi : ISRO is satisfied with the information received so far from Chandrayaan-3 probe, S Somnath said on Saturday . He explained that data analysis takes years and clarified that Chandrayaan, which was launched in 2008, is still providing information.
The ISRO chief said the Chandrayaan-2 mission was a very tough mission for ISRO and an in-depth analysis was needed to understand what went wrong. Although the second mission was unable to conduct significant studies, Chandrayaan-2 made a significant contribution to the third mission. S Somnath said that its orbiter helped the third mission and they got billions of data. ISRO Chairman informed that they are satisfied with the data received.
“We have to dream to grow everyday. America and Russia’s dream of becoming a world power has made them so. Similarly, we should dream of becoming a great power”, the ISRO chief said. He added that India is becoming a superpower in technology.