The Indian space research Organisation on Monday released a recent set of pictures of the surface of the moon and its craters taken by the terrain Mapping Camera-2 of the Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft. in step with ISRO, the images were taken on August twenty three at associate altitude of about 4,375 kms showing impact craters like Jackson, Mitra, mach and Korolev.
ISRO same Jackson is a control crater situated within the northern hemisphere of the way side of the Moon. The crater’s diameter is seventy one kms. The interesting feature at the western outer rim of the mach crater is another impact crater named mitra (92 kms in diameter).
“It is known as once prof. Sisir Kumar mitra, who was an Indian physicist and Padma Bhushan recipient known for his pioneering add the field of region and radiophysics,” ISRO same.