In a significant moment for India, ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 lander module successfully touched down on the moon’s South Pole, making India the fourth nation after the US, China, and Russia to do so.
IndiGo also celebrated the enormous accomplishment in a unique way involving flying. By starting flights to the Moon, India’s largest airline, IndiGo (6E) Airlines, has advanced the technology. On the social media site Twitter (X), Indigo Airlines posted artificial intelligence (AI) created illustrations depicting IndiGo reaching the Moon. The photographs showing the cabin crew’s future attire in the space, despite a far-fetched fantasy, are rather fascinating.
IndiGo suggested tweeting pictures. “Imagine a future. You’ve just gotten on your direct flight to the moon. With the successful landing of #Chandrayaan3 on the moon, what felt like a dream previously will now become our new reality. Here’s a look at what AI predicts for us in coming years.”
The AI created a blue-themed version of the IndiGo plane’s interior, boarding gate, and pilot’s attire in addition to the attire worn by the cabin crew.