Watch | Here's Why Chandrayaan 2 Will Be India's Most Complex Robotic Mission

If successful, the mission will place the first Indian rover on the moon's surface.

The Indian Space Research Organisation is launching its Chandrayaan 2 mission on board a GSLV Mk III rocket from its spaceport in Sriharikota. If the mission is successful, it will have placed the first Indian rover on the Moon’s surface. This is India’s most complex robotic mission till date.