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The First Indian Spacecraft Mission to Launch on a GSLV Mk III Rocket is Chandrayaan-3

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Chandrayaan-3 Represents an Amazing Achievement for India's Space Program and has the Potential to Significantly Improve our knowledge of the Moon

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The Estimated Cost of the Mission is Rs. 600 Crore ($80 million)

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The Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover from Chandrayaan-2 were Used as the Inspiration for the Lander and Rover, respectively

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New Technology for Upcoming Lunar Exploration Missions will be Tested During this Mission

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Other Space Organizations are Keeping a Close Eye on the Project Because it Could Offer Useful Information about the Difficulties of a Soft Landing on the Moon

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Chandrayaan-3's Accurate Landing Location Remains to be Confirmed

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Chandrayaan-3's Success may Unlock the Door for Other Indian Lunar Missions in the Future, like a Crewed Mission

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