Chandrayaan-3 achieves a significant milestone with a successful "hop test" conducted by the moon lander.

S Somanath, Chairperson of ISRO, leads the mission and emphasizes its importance for future lunar exploration.

The "hop test" is a crucial step towards sample return missions and human exploration of the moon.

Chandrayaan-2 posed challenges, prompting a thorough review and simulated reconstruction to understand the setbacks.

The mission's setbacks were identified as a chain of interconnected events, leading to a shift in approach for Chandrayaan-3.

Chandrayaan-3 benefits from real-world data, instilling confidence in implementing necessary modifications.

The mission requires extensive deliberation to decide which changes should be made to address observed issues or anticipate future complications.

The "hop test" is a pivotal step towards broader lunar exploration goals, emphasizing the potential benefits to humanity.

Increased private sector involvement in space research is advocated to drive India's technological progress and innovation.

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