Chandrayaan-3 Moon Lander Mission Set for July 14 Launch by India

India’s space agency, ISRO, has announced that it will launch the Chandrayaan-3 mission on July 14. This mission is a follow-up to its previous iteration, which crashed in 2019. The mission aims to land a rover safely on the lunar surface and conduct scientific experiments. If successful, India will become the fourth country to achieve a soft landing on the Moon. The Chandrayaan-3 mission incorporates findings from the previous mission’s failure and includes new technologies such as laser and RF-based altimeters. ISRO is also working on the Gaganyaan mission, which aims to send three people to low-Earth orbit in 2024. Additionally, India has recently signed NASA’s Artemis Accords for collaboration in space exploration.

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