The weight of this spacecraft is 3.8 tons. There are three modules (specific parts) orbiter, lander (Vikram) and rover (pragyan) in the vehicle. All modules are being prepared to be sent to Chandrayaan-2 during the 9th to 16th July, 2019. Chandrayaan-2 is expected to land on the moon on September 6.The orbiter will circumambulate it at a distance of 100 kilometers from the surface of the Moon, while Lander (Vikram) will easily land on the Moon’s southern pole and rover (pragyan) will be used in its place.
ISRO will be using the GSLV Mark 3 launch vehicle in this campaign. And The rover will use scientific experimentation on the Moon’s surface. Equipment is also used for scientific use on landers and orbiter. ISRO president K. Sivan had said in January, “We are going to land at the place where no one has arrived – that is, on the Moon’s southern pole. This area has not been reconstructed so far. ‘Chandrayaan – 2 is the upgraded version of the previous Chandrayaan-1 mission. Chandrayaan – 1 campaign was done about 10 years ago.