India’s unmanned moon mission Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft has beamed two pictures that displays many large and small craters on the moon surface.
The pictures taken by the spacecraft’s Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC) on November 15 over the polar region of the moon shows many large and small craters, ISRO sources said.
Another picture sent by TMC has filmed the bright terrain on the lower left of the rim of 117 km wide moretus crater and the equatorial region of the moon.
The picture shows the uneven surface of the moon with numerous craters. On the lower left, part of the Torricelli crater is seen.