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Pragyan rover finds oxygen on lunar surface

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Chandrayaan-3’s Pragyan rover finds oxygen on the lunar surface, hunts for hydrogen on

The South side of the Moon has Aluminium, Calcium, Iron, Titanium, Manganese, Silicone, and Oxygen. Pragyan rover Confirms the News and also we are searching for Hydrogen, says ISRO.

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The Moon is called “In the land of ‘Puthaiyal,’ like a phoenix rising from the ashes! India’s discovery, not less than America’s – India’s former lunar scientist, Mayilsamy Annadurai that embellishes.”

India’s moon rover has found the presence of oxygen, aluminium, sulphur and other elements near the lunar south pole, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said on Tuesday. Investigation regarding the presence of hydrogen is underway, the Indian Space Agency added. (IANS)

The Southern side of the Moon has a lot of Oil, Water, and Fuel resources.

In-situ scientific experiments continue ….. Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscope (LIBS) instrument onboard the Rover unambiguously confirms the presence of Sulphur (S) in the lunar surface near the south pole, through first-ever in-situ measurements.

Al, Ca, Fe, Cr, Ti, Mn, Si, and O are also detected, as expected. Search for Hydrogen (H) is underway. LIBS instrument is developed at the Laboratory for Electro-Optics Systems (LEOS)/ISRO, Bengaluru.

Shiv Sakthi Point on Moon

Mayilsamy Annadurai Speech

“In the southern hemisphere of the Moon, where there is abundant soil and water, India’s former lunar scientist, Mayilsamy Annadurai, known as the ‘Moon Man of India,’ has pointed out that India has discovered a region similar to the next America.

In 2008, India’s Chandrayaan-1 mission, led by Mayilsamy Annadurai, who was the director of the Chandrayaan-1 mission, found evidence of water on the Moon’s surface.

He hails from Tamil Nadu and played a significant role in India’s Chandrayaan-1 mission, which was the precursor to the Chandrayaan-3 mission. He is currently involved with independent web broadcasting, discussing matters related to the Chandrayaan-3 mission.”

Back then, he said, “The power to transform the dwindling resources on Earth lies within the soil and its potential. It’s the Moon that will now become the superpowers, the United States and Russia.

Why are we aspiring to go to the United States? If we ask ourselves why we are venturing 50 degrees from the equator to the Moon’s surface, rather than staying here, it’s because there, they offer much more assistance than what is available here.”

Why do they offer more assistance there? There lies the abundance of oil. They provide oil resources for the sake of obtaining oil wealth. There’s no water there. Even though the oceans are miles away, they transport that water and use it to establish large cities. The primary reason for all of this is the oil wealth present there, which is not found in the same quantity in other places.

Human civilization began by harnessing water. Now, I observe how these two, water and land, have merged. The southern hemisphere of the Earth is a union of both.

The water-rich regions in the southern hemisphere outweigh those in other places. As the current oil wealth diminishes, we will need a new source of abundance.

The land where that abundance exists is the southern hemisphere. There is water nearby. When these two join, I see the southern hemisphere’s unity.

The mistake Columbus made when he sought a route to India for India led him to discover America. It was India that mistakenly revealed the water in that America he found. When we combine these two perspectives, we realize that India discovered what lies beyond America.

This makes me think that now we can explore how everyone, whether Europeans, Asians, or Australians, is journeying in the same manner. Just as they are progressing, now all scientists are also looking towards the moon and pondering its mysteries.


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