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Pakistan’s first moon mission Reach lunar orbit: ICUBE-Q

Pakistan’s first moon mission Reach lunar orbit: ICUBE-Q

Pakistan Makes Historic Leap! ICUBE-Q, the Nation’s First Moon Mission, Reaches Lunar Orbit

Pakistan has etched its name in space history! China’s Chang’e-6 lunar probe, carrying Pakistan’s first-ever lunar satellite, ICUBE-Q, successfully entered lunar orbit on Wednesday.

This marks a momentous achievement for Pakistan’s burgeoning space program.

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A Collaborative Effort:

The Chang’e-6 mission signifies a successful collaboration between China and Pakistan. Launched from the Wenchang Space Launch Site in Hainan, China, on Friday, the probe now carries the hopes and aspirations of an entire nation as it orbits the moon.

ICUBE-Q: Pakistan’s Tiny Titan:

ICUBE-Q, a miniaturized satellite categorized as a CubeSat, may be small in size, but its mission is significant. This Pakistani marvel boasts two advanced optical cameras, poised to capture breathtaking images of the lunar surface. The data collected by ICUBE-Q will contribute valuable insights to our understanding of the moon and unlock new scientific discoveries.

A Testament to Innovation:

The development of ICUBE-Q is a testament to the collective effort and innovative spirit of Pakistani scientists. The project involved a collaborative effort between Pakistan’s Institute of Space Technology (IST), China’s Shanghai University, and the Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO). This collaboration demonstrates Pakistan’s growing capabilities in the field of space exploration.

A Giant Leap for Pakistan:

The successful lunar orbit insertion of ICUBE-Q represents a giant leap forward for Pakistan’s space program. This achievement serves as a stepping stone towards even greater ambitions, paving the way for future Pakistani space missions and inspiring a new generation of scientists and engineers.

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