Apollo Landing Sites Mapped by Chandrayaan

Nearly 40 years after Nasa’s Apollo flights, which put a man on the moon, India’s Chandrayaan mission launched on October 22, 2008, recently did something unique this week it mapped the landing sites of the six Apollo missions on the moon and the process ended on Saturday. The Apollo flights were launched between July 1969 and December 1972. [More]

2 Replies to “Apollo Landing Sites Mapped by Chandrayaan”

  1. Quite interesting! I would be great if they published anything about the survey so that we could see the sites. (visual, radar, etc.)
    “…it was successfully covering the entire surface of the moon, which included the six Apollo landing sites…”
    Uh, yup – we’re all PRETTY sure all the landings WERE on THAT surface… 🙂

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