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ISRO releases a new set of images of moon craters clicked by Chandrayaan-2

Megha Jain

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Chandrayaan-2, which is currently orbiting the Moon, has clicked a new photograph of the surface of the moon. ISRO releases these pictures of the Moon's surface, captured by Chandrayaan-2's Terrain Mapping Camera-2 at an altitude of about 4375 km showing impact craters on the surface such as Jackson, Mitra, Mach, and Korolev. ISRO also released pictures showing impact craters such as Sommerfeld and Kirkwood.