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Pakistan’s iCube Qamar sent pictures of the moon taken from 9000 km.

Pakistan’s iCube Qamar sent pictures of the moon taken from 9000 km.In a recent interview, Dr Khurram Khurshid, a team member at iCube, shared exciting news about Pakistan’s first lunar satellite mission. He revealed that the iCube Q satellite is successfully orbiting the moon and is on track to achieve its goals.

The mission aims to take high-quality images of the lunar surface from a distance of about 200 km. This is a major achievement for Pakistan’s space programme, a major milestone in the country’s space exploration journey.

iCube is receiving images of the moon from a distance of 9,000 km, these images are currently being taken from a great distance.
This has been said by team member iCube Dr. Khurram Khurshid in a special conversation.
Dr. Khurram Khurshid says that iCube is successfully continuing its journey around the moon.
He said that our mission is to take pictures of the moon from a distance of 200 km.
Dr. Khurram Khurshid said that China’s satellite Cheng E landed on the surface of the moon in the first week of June 6.
He said that the Chinese satellite will collect moon dust, Pakistan’s satellite mission will orbit the moon for 3 to 6 months.

It should be noted that the Pakistani satellite iCube was launched from the Chinese space launch site on May 3 by the Chinese satellite Cheng E towards the moon’s orbit.

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