Chandrayaan-3, India's third moon mission, is set to launch on July 14 at 2:35 pm.
The mission follows the crash-landing of Chandrayaan-2 in September 2019 due to a software glitch.
Chandrayaan-3 aims to learn from past mistakes and incorporates improvements for a successful landing.
The mission consists of an indigenous propulsion module, lander module, and rover.
It seeks to develop and demonstrate new technologies required for inter-planetary missions.
Chandrayaan-3 carries a payload called SHAPE to study Earth from the lunar orbit.
A successful landing would place India in an elite club with the United States, China, and the former Soviet Union.
The mission is expected to increase India's share in the global space industry, currently at 2 percent.
The mission features enhanced landing capabilities, expanded landing area, and increased fuel capacity for improved resilience.
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