India's Epic Lunar Mission
India Launches Chandrayaan 3 Mission, Aiming to be the Fourth Nation to Land on the Moon. Low-Cost, Precise Landing at the Lunar South Pole.
India Successfully Launches Chandrayaan 3, Building on the Achievements of Chandrayaan 1 & 2 Missions.
Chandrayaan 3 Aims to Make India the Fourth Nation to Land on the Moon.
The Satellite was Launched From the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota.
India Invests Approximately $73 Million in this Cost-Effective Lunar Landing Mission.
Chandrayaan 3 Targets a Precise Landing Near the Projected Landing Region for Russia's Luna 25 Spacecraft.
The Lunar South Pole is Rich in Water Ice, Making it an Attractive Location for Future Moon Outposts.
Challenges at the South Pole Include Low-Angle Sunlight and Lengthy Shadows, Making Safe Landing Difficult.
The Lander, Vikram, has Been Strengthened to Survive a High Landing Speed, with a Widened Landing Area for Better Shances of Success.
The Pragyan Rover will Explore the Lunar Surface, Equipped with Spectrometers and a Laser-Induced Spectroscope.
Chandrayaan 3's Aim is to Demonstrate Capabilities Such as Achieving Lunar Orbit, Soft Landing, and Rover Deployment for Lunar Exploration.
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