Part of rocket that launched Chandrayaan-3 makes uncontrolled reentry, to hit North Pacific Ocean

3 months ago
The Chandrayaan 3's upper stage re-entered Earth's atmosphere over the North Pacific Ocean, as per ISRO's prediction. Launched on July 14, the lunar mission achieved a historic controlled landing near the South Pole. The rocket body's re-entry, 124 days after launch, adheres to the 25-year rule for space debris. ISRO emphasized compliance with international guidelines, including passivation to reduce explosion risks. This reaffirms India's commitment to responsible space activities and long-term outer space sustainability.

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