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Chandrayaan 3/LUM3-M4

Time: Chandrayaan-3/LUM3-M4 Mission Countdown Begins

Date: Friday, 14 July 2023, 2:35 pm IST

Location: Sriharikota’s Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC)

The countdown for the much anticipated Chandrayaan 3/LUM3-M4 mission has started, which is a historic development for the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and the country. Among scientists, engineers, and space fans, excitement is growing with less than a few hours till the historic launch.

On this day, Friday, July 14, 2023, at precisely 2:35 p.m. IST, the launch is scheduled to take place from the renowned Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) in Sriharikota, India. 

This ambitious mission aims to study the uncharted regions of the Moon’s south pole, much like its very successful predecessors Chandrayaan 1 and Chandrayaan 2.

Chandrayaan 3/LUM3-M4, a joint collaboration between ISRO and international partners, marks India’s renewed commitment to advancing lunar exploration and expanding the frontiers of scientific knowledge. This mission is set to contribute valuable insights into the Moon’s geology, mineralogy, and potentially uncover traces of water ice in the permanently shadowed regions near the south pole.

In order to undertake in-situ analysis and gather crucial data, the mission-specific lunar lander and rover will be furnished with a variety of cutting-edge scientific gear. These devices will help us comprehend the Moon’s composition, formation, and evolution while also looking into the possibility of resource exploitation in the future.

The Chandrayaan 3/LUM3-M4 mission showcases ISRO’s expertise, technological prowess, and dedication toward pushing boundaries in space exploration. This massive project was methodically planned and executed, which is a testament to the team’s commitment and tenacity.

In order to increase the likelihood of a successful landing at the south pole of the Moon, the launch window for today’s mission was carefully selected, taking into account a number of factors including terrain and lunar lighting conditions. If all goes according to plan, the Chandrayaan 3/LUM3-M4 mission will continue to enhance India’s standing in the global space community and inspire future generations to pursue scientific excellence.

Space aficionados are eagerly expecting information and live coverage from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) as the imminent launch approaches, and there is a tangible sense of anticipation. The eyes of the nation and the world will be fixed on Sriharikota as the countdown progresses towards this historic moment.

ISRO remains committed to transparent communication and will provide regular updates on the progress of the Chandrayaan 3/LUM3-M4 mission. As the countdown clock ticks away, the excitement grows, and the world prepares to witness yet another remarkable chapter in India’s space exploration journey.

Stay tuned for further updates as we embark on this groundbreaking lunar mission that promises to unveil new mysteries and inspire future generations to reach for the stars.


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