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The New Talk Of The Town: Comet NISHIMURA (Comet C/2023 P1). How to see it from India

Comets have always fascinated humanity, and now, Comet C/2023 P1, dubbed “The comet Nishimura,” is generating excitement. Predicted to illuminate our night sky, it may be visible without telescopes. This celestial wanderer’s captivating journey offers a chance for enthusiasts to witness its brilliance firsthand, a rare cosmic event.

Space Calendar September 2023

The timeless fascination with the universe persists, providing monthly celestial spectacles. In September 2023, occasional clear skies will allow easy viewing of astronomical events. Here’s your guide to the month’s cosmic highlights.
Here is your guide to the celestial events of September 2023:

Chandrayaan-3’s Triumph at the Moon’s South Pole

Amidst the cosmic ballet, our Moon shines as an enduring fascination. On August 23, 2023, India’s Chandrayaan-3’s graceful landing at the lunar south pole marked a significant achievement. This moment resonates not just in science but in the hearts of dreamers worldwide, adding a new chapter to our lunar saga.

CHANDRAYAAN 3- MOVIE AFTER THE LANDING!! Chandrayaan I, Chandrayaan II, Chandrayaan IV

Chandrayaan I, India’s 2008 lunar mission, achieved its primary goal of deploying a lunar rover using an Indian-made launch vehicle. It successfully landed on November 14, 2008, transmitting data to its mother satellite, including the discovery of water in lunar soil. Despite technical challenges, it operated for about 317 days, making significant scientific contributions.

Unexpected Glitch on Luna-25’s Journey: What Happened?

Russia’s Luna-25 spacecraft faced challenges during its approach to the moon’s landing orbit, launched on August 10, 2023, marking Russia’s return to lunar exploration after 47 years. Similar to Chandrayaan-3, both missions target the moon’s south pole, intending to study lunar elements like dust particles and plasma.

How India’s Lunar Mission Chandrayaan-3 Stands Apart from Luna-25

Chandrayaan-3 and Luna-25, two adventurous spacecraft, are in a thrilling race to the lunar South Pole, a challenging destination. Chandrayaan-3, with its rover, launched on July 14th, aims to land softly by August 23rd, while Russia’s Luna-25, sent after nearly 50 years, is set to orbit by August 16th, possibly landing by August 21st, in a close lunar rendezvous.

Saturn Closest to the Earth In August 2023: Where and How to watch it in India?

Sixth planet from the Sun and the second largest planet in our solar system; Saturn has always amazed us with its beautiful and complex rings made up of chunks of ice and rock. It is a gas giant made mostly of hydrogen and helium. It is a seldom visited gem in our solar system with only a few missions visiting it including Pioneer 11,

Top 5 Spots in India to See Perseids Meteor Shower: August 2023

Get ready to witness a dazzling cosmic show as the Perseids Meteor Shower lights up the night sky this August! If you’re eager to catch shooting stars without the worry of rain or clouds, you’ve come to the right place. In August 2023, here are the top five best spots to experience the Perseids Meteor Shower in India, with clear and dry conditions ensuring an unforgettable celestial spectacle.

Next stop, the Moon!: Chandrayaan 3 executes Trans Lunar Injection (TLI)

Chandrayaan 3 has successfully executed the Trans Lunar Injection (TLI) maneuver and has begun its departure for the Moon.Chandrayaan 3 is ISRO’s third lunar exploration mission, and it is a follow-up to the Chandrayaan 1 and Chandrayaan 2 missions launched in 2008 and 2019 respectively. The spacecraft which was launched on 14 July 2023 aims to demonstrate a soft landing