The objective of Chandrayaan-3 is to demonstrate safe and soft landing on the lunar surface, conduct rover roving on the Moon, and perform in-situ scientific experiments.
This could introduce the scientists, engineers, and technicians who are working on the mission, and share their stories and motivations.
India’s third moon mission and its second attempt to make a soft lunar landing, took off successfully on 14 July 02:35 PM
This satellite will take nearly 42 days to reach moon and reach 23-24 August, it will cover 3.84 lakh km distance to cover
Chandrayaan-1 was launched on October 22, 2008. The mission was a significant success for the ISRO, as it discovered water on the Moon.
Chandrayaan-2, was launched on July 22, 2019. However, after 48 days, the Vikram lander separated from the orbiter before it crashed on the moon's surface.