A team of Indian Space Research Organisation scientists on July 13 visited the Tirupati Venkatachalapathy temple ahead of Friday’s much anticipated launch of Chandrayaan-3.
The team carried a miniature model of the Chandrayaan-3 to pray for its successful launch.
ISRO’s Chandrayaan is all set to soar towards the moon in its third expedition on Friday, July 14.
The ‘Fat boy’ LVM3-M4 rocket will carry Chandrayaan-3 as part of the country’s ambitious moon mission.
Chandrayaan-3 is the third lunar exploration mission ready for take off in the fourth operational mission of the LVM3 launcher.
A success would make India only the fourth country to achieve the feat after the United States, the former Soviet Union and China.
Earlier, in 2019, Chandrayaan-2 failed to achieve the desired soft landing on the moon surface leaving the ISRO team dejected.
SEE: ISRO team visits Tirumala ahead of Chandrayaan-3 launch
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