India's Chandrayaan-3 mission is the next chapter in the country's lunar exploration journey.

Chandrayaan-1, launched in 2008, marked India's inaugural lunar mission and made significant discoveries about water molecules on the Moon.

Chandrayaan-2, launched in 2019, deployed a lander (Vikram) and a rover (Pragyan) on the lunar surface, with the orbiter continuing to relay crucial data.

Chandrayaan-3 aims to achieve a successful lunar landing, carry an advanced suite of scientific instruments, and incorporate cutting-edge technologies for enhanced efficiency.

The mission's key components include a lander, a rover, and an orbiter.

The lander is designed for precise lunar landings and will conduct experiments and collect crucial data.

The rover, similar to Chandrayaan-2, will analyze soil samples and study the Moon's geology.

The orbiter will serve as the communication hub and continue scientific observations.

Chandrayaan-3 represents India's unwavering commitment to space exploration and scientific discovery.

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