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At 640 tonnes, the GSLV Mk-III is the heaviest rocket built by India and the ideal vehicle for carrying out the Chandrayaan 2 mission.
This spacecraft will map the lunar surface for at least a year from an orbit of 100 km. It will also help relay the rover's findings.
The lander has been named Vikram after the father of India's space program, Vikram Sarabhai, and will execute a soft landing on the Moon.
Pragyan the rover travels on six wheels and moves at a speed of one centimeter per second. It uses solar energy to power it.
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