Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, August 26 informed that the spot where Chandrayaan-3 landed on Moon will be called Shiv Shakti.
After concluding his two-nation visit, PM Modi directly reached Bengaluru this morning and met the scientists at ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network Mission Control Complex in Bengaluru.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also announced that the day, August 23, India hoisted national flag on the Moon, will be known as National Space Day in India.
“The spot on the lunar surface where the Chandrayaan-2 left it’s footprint will be known as ‘Tiranga.’ This will be an inspiration for every effort made by India. It will remind us any failure is not final,” he said.
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PM Modi met ISRO scientists around 7;30 AM and expressed gratitude towards them for their hard work and dedication. ISRO Chief Dr S Somnat presented Prime Minister Narendra Modi with mementos and also gave him a replica of lander Vikram.