ISRO's Chandrayaan-3 mission aims for a successful soft landing on the Moon's surface.

The spacecraft is scheduled to touch down on August 23, positioning India as the fourth nation to achieve this feat.

The mission was launched on July 14 using the GSLV Mark 3 heavy-lift launch vehicle.

The primary objective is to achieve a delicate landing on the Moon, marking India's third lunar expedition.

Precision in landing involves transitioning the spacecraft from a horizontal to vertical orientation.

Chandrayaan-3 explores the uncharted polar regions, which remain largely unexplored due to their challenges.

Scientists hope to uncover the presence of water in permanently shadowed areas on the lunar surface.

The deboosting process is necessary to prepare the lander module for its final descent to the Moon.

The soft landing is scheduled for August 23, 2023, at 5:47 PM IST.

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