India’s Chandrayaan-2 campaign will include 13 payloads. It will be released in the month of July. Chandrayaan-1 was seen 10 years ago. It had 11 payloads.
NASA is associated with ISRO this time, as they plan on carrying out experiments. There are three parts of the spacecraft namely the orbiter, the lander (Vikram), and the rover (Pragyan). From July 9 to July 16, 2019, is said to be the launch period of the spacecraft. Chandrayaan-2 is to land on the moon on September 6.
Rover Pragyan is set to conduct some tests on the surface, whereas the lander is to showcase the South Pole of the moon. The GSLV Mark will take off courtesy to the three launchers powering it upward. The lander will be disconnected from the orbiter once the spacecraft reaches the moon after exiting from the Earth’s outer space.
ISRO Chairman K. Sivan disclosed the specs some time ago.