ISRO releases new photos of Moon craters taken by Chandrayaan-2
These craters have been named after great scientists, astronomers and physicists
The first picture of Moon captured by Chandrayaan-2 was released by ISRO on 22 August
Chandrayaan-2 has captured some more images of the moon showing several craters, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said. Sharing the pictures, ISRO said in a statement that the photos captured by the lunar spacecraft are those of craters Somerfeld, Kirkwood, Jackson, Mach, Korolev, Mitra, Plaskett, Rozhdestvenskiy and Hermite. The space agency said these pictures of the lunar surface were taken on 23 August by the Terrain Mapping Camera-2 of Chandrayaan-2 from an altitude of about 4,375 km.