ISRO plans to achieve a soft landing on the lunar surface and conduct rover operations as part of the Chandrayaan-3 mission.

The Indian Space Agency has predicted a soft landing for Chandrayaan-3 around 23 or 24 August.

The mission will be facilitated by the LVM-3 (Launch Vehicle Mark-3), a rocket weighing 642 tonnes and measuring 43.5 meters in height.

Chandrayaan-3 aims to become India's first mission to land on the South Pole of the Moon, an area of high scientific interest.

Previous soft landings on the Moon have been accomplished by Russia, America, and China.

The South Pole region of the Moon contains permanently shadowed craters that could potentially hold water ice and volatile compounds.

Exploring these resources is crucial for future human space exploration and utilization of lunar resources.

Specific launch dates and mission timelines are subject to change based on technical readiness and launch window considerations.

ISRO's meticulous planning and testing ensure the safe and effective execution of the mission.

Chandrayaan-3 represents a significant milestone for India's space exploration capabilities and contributes to humanity's understanding of the Moon

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