Chandrayaan-3 Live Updates: India Celebrates #InternationalMoonDay 2023 by Propelling Chandrayaan-3 a Step Closer to the Moon

The Chandrayaan-3 mission's objective: Demonstrate India's advanced space technology and continue lunar exploration.

Significance of #InternationalMoonDay: A global celebration of humanity's fascination with the Moon, coupled with India's lunar exploration efforts.

Chandrayaan-3's fourth orbit-raising maneuver: A critical step advancing the spacecraft higher into orbit for lunar exploration.

ISTRAC/ISRO: The nerve center of the mission, located in Bengaluru, tracking and controlling Chandrayaan-3's journey.

Scheduled next firing: July 25, 2023, between 2 and 3 pm IST, as Chandrayaan-3 progresses towards the Moon.

Current orbit status: Chandrayaan-3's position at 71351 km x 233 km orbit, reaching the intended trajectory.

India's lunar exploration legacy: Chandrayaan-3 contributing to India's achievements and advancements in space.

Igniting scientific curiosity: Chandrayaan-3 inspires passion for space exploration and scientific learning worldwide.

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