Chandrayaan-1's Imaging X-Ray Spectrometer (C1XS) has successfully detected the first X-ray signature from the Moon.
More news on the Chandrayaan-1 front.
Chandrayaan-1's Hyper-Spectral Imager (HySI) has sent moon imagery, lunar craterlet BarrowH HySI image (64 Bands), and a strip (20 km across x 40 km along track) from the moon's equatorial region in 64 bands.
ISRO has released two more pictures of the Moon's surface taken by the Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC) of Chandrayaan-1.
After the great success of Chandrayaan-1, the Indian government has given the go-ahead to Chandrayaan-2.
On November 14, 2008, Chandrayaan-1's Moon Impact Probe (MIP) landed on the lunar surface, at 20:31 IST, after detaching from the Chandrayaan-1. Latest: Chandrayaan-1 has found large quantities of water on the surface of the moon.
Creating history, India's first unmanned spacecraft mission to moon, the Chandrayaan-1, has entered lunar orbit. This is the first time that an Indian built spacecraft has broken away from the Earth's gravitational field and reached the moon.