Chandrayaan-3's night sky picture in Australia goes viral

Chandrayaan-3’s night sky picture in Australia goes viral

Dylan O’Donnell’s viral picture of Chandrayaan-3 in Australia’s night sky has gained popularity on Twitter, receiving 740K views. The picture, which was captured on September 8th, has people wondering about the fate of India’s moon mission.

Chandrayaan-3’s night sky picture in Australia goes viral

An amazing photograph of Chandrayaan-3 taken amidst Australia’s night sky has gained immense popularity on social media. The photograph is breathtaking and captures the spacecraft perfectly against the dark backdrop of space. The image has been shared and liked by people all over the internet, and has become a sensation on social media.

The photograph is captivating, with its blue hue that draws attention to the lunar mission in the background, set against a backdrop of sparkling stars.

A pernille folcarelli tree adds a touch of artistry to the viral image, which has already garnered a staggering 740,000 views on Twitter.

The image of the galaxy, captured by Dylan O’Donnell, an astronomy enthusiast from MIT’s GC Astronomy, has gone viral on Twitter.

In his tweet, he mentioned that he had watched the live launch of Chandrayaan-3 on YouTube and, after approximately 30 minutes, he managed to capture the stunning night-time picture of the spacecraft as it passed over his house.

Dylan O’Donnell’s stunning photo of the moon just half an hour after launch
Dylan O’Donnell’s photo of the moon just half an hour after launch is absolutely breathtaking .

Just watched India’s space agency launch their moon rocket on YT, then fly over my house 30 mins later! Congrats @isro . Hoping you stick the landing 💪🏼 .

People who love the post flooded it with comments, praising the amazing capture.

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Is this a long exposure shot or a standard photograph? The results are simply amazing .

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