The days are not far when our country will devote to comprehending without a doubt various untouched aspects of the soil on the moon. The news stirs about bringing lunar soil to study its quality. While some reported the decision was final, it was yet an uphill task. Now, however, this news item stands authentic and genuine.
While it might not be all that surprising to notice the lunar soil for decidedly conducting all those complicated research and tasks. What does seem to be different remains the technique to carry out all the research under the ISRO. It is a very enterprising mission hopefully in the next five to seven years to meet this challenge of bringing samples from the surface of the moon.
The Chandrayaan -4 mission, as outlined by Nilesh Desai, Director of the Space Applications Centre, during the 62nd Foundation Day celebration of the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology in Pune, will involve a sample return from the lunar surface.