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Four years after (July 22, 2019) Chandrayaan-2 it broke many hearts, ISRO's Chandrayaan.

Chandrayaan-2 failed to achieve the desired soft landing on the moon surface in 2019, leaving the ISRO team dejected.

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is gearing up for the hugely anticipated launch from this spaceport on July 14.

A success would make India only the fourth country to achieve the feat after the United States, China and the former Soviet Union.

'Fat boy' LVM3-M4 rocket will carry Chandrayaan-3.

Chandrayaan-3 is the third lunar exploration mission ready for takeoff in the fourth operational mission (M4) of the LVM3 launcher.

The largest and heaviest LVM3 rocket (formerly GSLV MkIII), fondly called as 'fat boy' by ISRO scientists for its heavylift capability, has completed six consecutive successful missions.

With the 43.5 metre tall rocket, scheduled for the lift off from the second launch pad at pre-fixed time at 2.35 pm on July 14, the countdown for the launch is expected to begin on Thursday.

propulsion module is expected to get separated from the rocket and would orbit the earth for about 5-6 times in an elliptical cycle with 170 km closest and 36,500 km farthest from earth moving towards the lunar orbit.


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