Watch this space: Chandrayaan-3, China’s future rocket and a monumental week

In a big week for space exploration, a Chinese company launched the first methane-liquid oxygen rocket in the world,

the James Webb Space Telescope celebrated its first anniversary, and Chandrayaan-3 launched.

The Indian Space Research Organisation has made a big name for itself and the country.

It is part of only six government space agencies in the world that have full launch capabilities, has its own cryogenic engine technology,

the ability to launch long-term missions, and operate massive fleets of satellites.

But if Chandrayaan-3 goes according to plan, India will enter an even more exclusive club—that of the countries that have successfully carried out a soft-landing on the Moon.

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