Chandrayaan-3: ISRO releases 3D ‘anaglyph’ image of Vikram lander, moon’s surface

“The Indian Space Research organisation has released a 3D image of the Chandrayaan-3’s Vikram lander on the Moon’s south pole. This image is made up of two separate images, with the left image shown in red and the right image shown in blue and green, creating a cyan color. The image was created using pictures taken by the Pragyan Rover, which has cameras that capture both left and right images. Anaglyph is a way to show objects or terrain in 3D using these stereo images. ” The reason these two images look different is because they show things from different angles. This makes them look like they have depth, like they are three-dimensional. ISRO said that red and cyan glasses are suggested for watching things in 3D. LEOS/ISRO created NavCam. SAC/ISRO, the space agency, handles data processing. The agency released images soon after announcing that the Vikram Lander was put into sleep mode on Monday. ISRO mentioned that the collected data is received on Earth and the payloads are turned off. ISRO believes that the Vikram Lander and Pragyaan will start working again around September 22. On August 23, India made a big achievement as the Chandrayaan-3 lander module landed successfully on the moon’s South Pole. This makes India the first country to accomplish this and puts an end to the disappointment from the Chandrayaan-2 crash landing four years ago. India successfully landed on the moon’s surface and became the fourth country to do so, following the United States, China, and Russia. Please rephrase the text so that it is easier to understand.

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