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Click for full imageEarth Image During Solar Eclipse by Chandrayaan-1 TMC
22 July 2009 07:45:40 IST
Click for full imageEarth Image During Solar Eclipse by Chandrayaan-1 TMC
22 July 2009 07:50:40 IST
Click for full imageEarth Image During Solar Eclipse by Chandrayaan-1 TMC 22 July 2009
Click for full imageEarth Image During Solar Eclipse by Chandrayaan-1 TMC
22 July 2009
Click for full imageEarth Image During Solar Eclipse by Chandrayaan-1 TMC
22 July 2009
Click for full imageEarth Image During Solar Eclipse by Chandrayaan-1 TMC
22 July 2009
Click for full imageEarth Image During Solar Eclipse by Chandrayaan-1 TMC
22 July 2009
Click for full imageEarth Image During Solar Eclipse by Chandrayaan-1 TMC
22 July 2009 08:43:07 IST
Click for full imageEarth as viewed by Chandrayaan-1
on 25 Mar. 2009 at 07:03:03 UTC
Click for full imageEarth as viewed by Chandrayaan-1
on 25 Mar. 2009 at 06:13:03 UTC
Click for full imageEarth as viewed by Chandrayaan-1
on 29 Oct. 2008
Distance ~ 9000 Km. from Earth
Click for full imageEarth as viewed by Chandrayaan-1
on 29 Oct. 2008
Distance ~ 70000 Km. from Earth

Moon
Click for full image?Image depicting the details of Leibniz crater on the Moon as seen by TMC of Chandrayaan-1 on July 20, 2009
Click for full image?Image showing craters of different sizes on the Moon as seen by TMC of Chandrayaan-1 on July 20, 2009
Click for full image?Finer details of Dryden crater on the Moon as seen by TMC of Chandrayaan-1 on July 18, 2009
Click for full image?Image of a crater on the rim of another one on the Moon as seen by TMC of Chandrayaan-1 on July 17, 2009
Click for full image?Details of Chaffee crater on the lunar surface as seen by Chandrayaan-1 on July 17, 2009

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Click for full imageImages taken by Chandrayaan-1 at 200 Km Orbit
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Click for full image C1XS has observed a C class flare for the first time. A cumulative spectrum showing a Ca line at 3.6 keV alongwith Mg, Al and Si have been observed by C1XS on July 06, 2009 from the Chandrayaan-1 orbiting at 200 km orbit.

Click for full image3D - View of Moon generated using Chandrayaan-1 TMC imagery of 23 Nov 2008
Mountain with Height of 618 Meter
Click for full image Colour Coded Imagery of the above.

Click for full image3D - View of Moon generated using Chandrayaan-1 TMC imagery of 23 Nov 2008
Crater with Depth of 400 Meter
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Click for full imageDigital Elevation Model of the lunar surface generated using TMC imagery
Click for full imageFiner details of a lunar crater captured by TMC

Click for full image3D images of different regions of lunar surface captured by TMC. The height of features shown in these images can be grasped when viewed through anaglyph filters.
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Click for full imageFar side of the Moon acquired by HySI Camera of Chandrayaan-1 on 24 Nov. 2008 (Band 33)
Click for full imageFar side of the Moon acquired by HySI Camera of Chandrayaan-1 on 24 Nov. 2008 (Band 32)
Click for full imageFar side of the Moon acquired by HySI Camera of Chandrayaan-1 on 24 Nov. 2008 (Band 31)
Click for full imageFar side of the Moon viewed at NADIR by Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC) of Chandrayaan-1 on 24 Nov. 2008
Click for full imageFar side of the Moon viewed at AFT by Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC) of Chandrayaan-1 on 24 Nov. 2008
Click for full imageFar side of the Moon viewed at FORE by Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC) of Chandrayaan-1 on 24 Nov. 2008

Click for full imageMoon imagery acquired by HySI Camera and TMC of Chandrayaan-1 on 16 Nov. 2008 (Strip Length - 395 Km.)
Click for full imageLunar craterlet (BARROW H) imaged by Chandrayaan-1 HySI camera (64 Bands) on 16 Nov. 2008
Click for full imageAnother HySI image (64 Bands) by Chandrayaan-1 accquired on 16 Nov. 2008

Click for full imageThis is the picture of moon's surface taken from lunar orbit by Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft's Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC) on November 15, 2008. Taken over the polar region of the moon, the picture shows many large and numerous small craters. The bright terrain on the lower left is the rim of 117 km wide Moretus crater.
Click for full imageThis is the picture of moon's surface taken from lunar orbit by Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft's Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC) on November 13, 2008. Taken over 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.
Click for full image These two are close up pictures of the moon's surface taken by Moon Impact Probe (MIP) on November 14, 2008 as it approached it after separating from Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft. Please note that these pictures are reproduced as received.
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Click for full imageMoon as viewed by Chandrayaan-1
on 4 Nov. 2008
Distance ~ 311200 Km. from Moon

Click for full imageSubsequent RADOM results
for Earth and Moon Radiation Environment
(22nd-25th Oct 2008)
Click for full imageFirst RADOM results
for Earth and Moon Radiation Environment
( 22 Oct 2008 )

 
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