Much-awaited Chandrayaan-3 mission of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).

Chandrayaan-3’s lander and rover, along with rocket LVM-3, are all set to lift off on the Moon on July 13.

After Chandrayaan-2, this mission is being sent to test the capability of a safe landing on the lunar surface.

Chandrayaan-2’s mission failed in the last stage. Its lander hit the Earth’s surface with a shock, after which it lost contact with the Earth’s control room.

 In this case, after landing on the surface of the moon, the rover will come out of it and revolve around the surface.

The lander will be named Vikram after Vikram Sarabhai, the father of the Indian space programme

and the rover will be named Pragyan. The same names were given to the lander and rover of Chandrayaan-2.

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the next project after the failed Chandrayaan-2 mission is Chandrayaan-3, which will land on the lunar surface and conduct tests.

It will look similar to Chandrayaan-2, but Chandrayaan-3’s focus is on making a safe landing on the lunar surface.