The highly successful Chandrayaan-3 mission is proving to be a catapult for India’s space strategy, rather demure until now, and its ambition to undertake complex missions irrespective of technological and financial challenges. Becoming the first nation to land on the Moon’s south pole has given India the confidence to carry out more ambitious missions, and consolidating its global perception as a major lunar exploration country to partner with. The success of Chandrayaan-3 comes at a juncture when space ventures are conducted not just to gain prestige internationally but also for military and commercial exploitation in the pursuit of achieving an…
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