Successful Launch Rehearsal

ISRO's Chandrayaan-3 mission successfully completed its launch rehearsal, marking a significant milestone towards its ambitious lunar exploration.

Mission Overview

Chandrayaan-3, a follow-on mission to Chandrayaan-2, aims to demonstrate end-to-end capability in safe landing and roving on the lunar surface.

Historic Goal

The mission seeks to soft-land around the Moon's south pole region, which lies in permanent darkness, making it the world’s first mission to attempt such a feat.

Launch Rehearsal Details

The 24-hour 'Launch Rehearsal' simulated the entire launch preparation and process, ensuring all systems are go for the actual event.

Mission Components

Chandrayaan-3 consists of an indigenous Lander Module (LM), Propulsion Module (PM), and a Rover designed to develop and demonstrate new technologies.

Propulsion Module's Role

The Propulsion Module's main function is to carry the Lander module from the launch vehicle to the final lunar 100 km circular polar orbit.

Successful Test Launch

The launch test of Chandrayaan-3 was a success, with all steps proceeding smoothly.

Launch Video Shared

ISRO shared a launch video demonstrating the complete process of the rocket launch.

Historic First

Chandrayaan-3 aims to be the first spacecraft ever to land near the lunar south pole.

Launch Date Announced

ISRO is set to launch Chandrayaan-3 on July 14, at 2:35 pm