India has plan to explore the Moon beyond Chandrayaan-3

Following the triumphant landing of Chandrayaan-3 near the lunar south pole, India is charting a bold course for its future in lunar exploration. The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) has set its sights on a series of more complex and ambitious lunar missions, aiming to eventually send astronauts to the Moon by 2040.
Union Minister of State for Science & Technology, Dr. Jitendra Singh, recently revealed that the roadmap for India’s forthcoming moon exploration endeavors is currently being conceptualised. This comprehensive plan includes feasibility studies for further robotic missions involving orbiters, landers, and rovers. These missions are expected to pave the way for advanced objectives such as lunar sample collection and return missions, which will serve as precursors to human landings on the Moon’s surface.

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