ISRO chief K Sivan has said that the launch of Chandrayaan-3 is now expected in 2022, earlier to be launched in late 2020. Chandrayaan-3 will not have an orbiter like its predecessors. Sivan said we are working on it. It is similar to Chandrayaan-2. But it will not have an orbiter. Only the orbiter sent with Chandrayaan-2 will be used for Chandrayaan-3.
With this, we are working on a system and it is more likely that the launch will happen next year. Chandrayaan-2 was launched on July 22, 2019, and was sent to land the rover in the South Pole region of the Moon. However, Chandrayaan-2's lander Vikram Soft Landing on September 7, 2019. India did not succeed in doing so and India's dream of achieving this success in the first attempt remained unfulfilled.
Sivan said that there is a plan to carry out ISRO's first unmanned mission in December this year under the Gaganyaan project, which was to be executed in December last year. He said that after this another unmanned mission will be carried out and then in the third time a manned mission will be carried out.