ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 mission launched on July 14 and is expected to land on the lunar surface on August 23. India’s lunar mission will aim to land on the south pole of the moon and is expected to last for two weeks. Chandrayaan-3 will be used to conduct a series of experiments on the lunar surface. We’ll bring you live updates as the countdown to landing on the lunar surface begins. Scientists from ISRO revealed that the landing of Chandrayaan-3 may be postponed until August 27 if the lander module experiences adverse conditions. Keep an eye on this page for live updates, a live broadcast of the landing, and to follow Chandrayaan-3’s progress over the next two days.

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