Chandrayaan-3: India's Quest for Lunar Exploration Continues.

Chandrayaan-3 launched on 14 July 2023, at 2:35 pm IST and Lunar launch to 100 km circular polar orbit as part of Phase-1 was successfully accomplished.

Chandrayaan-3: The expectation of the lander and rover are to land near the Moon's south pole region on August 23, 2023.

The primary goals of Chandrayaan-3 are Lunar Surface Exploration, Sample Return, Technological Advancements and lunar surface plasma environment.

Chandrayaan-3: Rs 615 Crore ($82 million) has been allocated for the third lunar mission of India, Chandrayaan-3

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This has been accomplished by using India’s heaviest vehicle -The Launch Vehicle Mark-III which is also known as GSLV Mk III.

The 3 major combinations of Propulsion, Lander and Rover made the successful Chandrayaan-3