Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter sends high-resolution images of moon
ISRO has released the pictures of the moon surface clicked by the Orbiter High-Resolution Camera (OHRC)
According to the ISRO, the pictures taken by the Orbiter from a height of 100 km from the moon surface.
ISRO said the image also shows boulders and small craters on the moon.
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Here are the original images captured by OHRC orbiter of ISRO
— ISRO (@isro) October 4, 2019
Chandrayaan 2 orbiter’s High-Resolution Camera (OHRC) has captured some amazing close-up images of the Moon.OHRC operates in the visible Panchromatic Band (450-800 nm). With a spatial resolution of 25 cm from a 100 km orbit and a swath of 3 km
Chandrayaan-2 OHRC Orbiter Sned Moon Surface images
The second image sent by OHRC orbiter is another close-up view of the Boguslawsky E Crater where one can see boulders and craters on the lunar surface.
CLASS, #Chandrayaan2‘s Orbiter payload, in its first few days of observation, could detect charged particles and its intensity variations during its first passage through the geotail during Sept.
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— ISRO (@isro) October 3, 2019
ISRO’s Chandrayaan 2 OHRC Payload Images
OHRC (orbiter’s High-Resolution Camera) provides high-resolution images of the landing site.OHRC provides high-resolution images of the landing site
The photos captured parts of the Boguslawsky E crater on the moon, which is 14 kilometers in diameter and 3 kilometers in depth.
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The OHRC captured many other images of the lunar surface, its boulders and craters as well.
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