Neal Mohan! the CEO of YouTube tweeted about the webcast of the Chandrayaan-3 launch
When responding to a tweet from YouTube India on the Chandrayaan-3 launch broadcast, CEO Neal Mohan expressed his feelings.
The CEO of YouTube, Neal Mohan, expressed his surprise that ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 mission has been the most-watched live broadcast ever on X. 8 million people watched the live feed at its peak concurrently. In response to a post on YouTube India’s official X account, Mohan tweeted about it.
Neal Mohan, CEO of YouTube, sent a tweet about Chandrayaan-3 that has gone viral.
“Things that made us gasp: India’s moon landing! We’re thrilled that @isro’s broadcast on YouTube received an incredible 8 million concurrent views. The number of people who viewed the live feed was revealed via a tweet and a video released by YouTube India.
“This was so exciting to watch – congratulations to the entire team at @isro,” remarked Neal Mohan in a retweet. 8M watchers at once is amazing!”
Check out this blog post from the CEO of YouTube:
A few hours after being shared, the article has already received almost 8,200 views.
Regarding India’s lunar mission: On August 23, ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 mission accomplished a successful soft landing of a spacecraft on the lunar surface. With this accomplishment, India joined China, Russia, and the United States as the fourth nation to reach the Moon. It’s interesting to note that India was the first nation to set foot on the planet’s south pole.