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Pakistani satellite iCube Qamar enters lunar orbit

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Pakistani satellite iCube Qamar enters lunar orbit

Pakistan’s satellite iCube Qamar has successfully entered lunar orbit.

According to British media, Pakistan’s satellite mission will orbit the moon for 3 to 6 months, Pakistani satellite iCube Qamar will take pictures of the moon’s surface.

Dr. Khurram Khurshid, a member of the iCube Qamar mission team, while talking to the British media, said that the iCube Qamar entered the moon’s orbit at 1:14 PM.

Dr Khurram Khurshid said that according to the initial reports all the controls and other systems of the satellite are working fine, the evaluation process will continue for a few more days after which it will start its operation.

Recall that the iCube Qamar was sent into space with the Chinese mission Cheng 6 on May 3 from the Hainan Space Launch Site.

China’s Chang’e 6 mission aims to collect samples from the lunar surface.

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For more updates and exciting news, you can visit the ABC Express website.

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