Chandrayaan-3 launched from Shriharikota on 14 july 2023 with lander and rover.
Chandrayaan-3 mission is almost similiar to the Chandrayaan-2 mission, which ended on its Vikram lander crash landed on the Moon.
Chandrayaan-3 will land on the South Pole of the Moon. Many additional sensors have been added to it to successfully complete this mission.
A successful landing on the Moon's South Pole will showcase India's ambitious pursuit of space exploration.
Chandrayaan-3 has been designed to develop and demonstrate new technologies required for missions to other planets.
Chandrayaan-3 will be the first mission to land on the South Pole of the Moon. The goal of the mission is to study the geology and composition of this unknown region.
The budget of Chandrayaan-3 mission is about 615 crore Indian rupees. Which is less than the budget of some movies made in India.
ISRO LVM-3 launcher rocket has been used for the launch of Chandrayaan-3. This rocket is about 143 feet high and weighs 642 tonnes. This is the fourth flight of LVM-3.
The total weight of the spacecraft is 3,900 kg. The weight of the lander and rover is 1,752 kg. The propulsion module weighs 2,148 kg.
Chandrayaan-3 is likely to land on the Moon on 23 or 24 August 2023.