Chandrayaan-3, India's third lunar mission, aims to achieve a soft landing on the moon's surface.

The mission is set to launch on July 14, carried by the 'Fat boy' LVM3-M4 rocket.

Chandrayaan-3 follows the unsuccessful attempt of Chandrayaan-2 in 2019.

The mission's objective is to master the technology of soft-landing on the moon.

If successful, India will become the fourth country to achieve a soft landing on the moon.

Chandrayaan-3 comprises three modules: propulsion, lander, and rover.

The mission aims to develop and demonstrate new technologies required for future interplanetary missions.

The moon's south pole region has been chosen for the soft landing, as it is larger and potentially holds water.

Chandrayaan-3 holds great promise for India's space exploration efforts and contributes to our understanding of the moon.

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