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Moon Launch for the Second Time

New photographs of the Moon-bound Chandrayaan-3 mission have been released by the Indian Space Research Organization (Isro) as the space agency works to prepare the project for launch.

Potent Lunar Rocket

India's most potent lunar rocket, the Geosynchronous Launch Vehicle Mark-III, will carry the Chandrayaan-3 probe into space.

New Technologies

To create and demonstrate new technologies needed for interplanetary missions, Chandrayaan-3 features an in-house Lander Module (LM), Propulsion Module (PM), and rover.

Advantageous for Orbital Dynamics

Isro director S. Somnath has stated that they want to launch the mission between July 12 and July 19 to take advantage of favorable orbital dynamics for maximizing fuel efficiency and minimizing the environmental impact on the way to the Moon.

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Lunar Rover for Another Ride

Isro has stated that "the Lander will be able to soft land at a specified lunar site and deploy the Rover," both of which can do in-situ chemical analyses of the lunar surface as they move around.

New Mission Images

The Indian Space Agency has unveiled new mission imagery.

The Entire Process of Exploring

The purpose of the follow-up mission Chandrayaan-3 is to show that landing and exploring the moon can be done safely. The propulsion module will carry the Lander and rover configuration to a 100 km lunar orbit.

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