First Step Towards Indian Moon Landing With Chandrayaan-4

According to (ISRO) head S Somnath, work is already underway on the upcoming phase of the Chandrayaan programme, which would advance the nation’s lunar exploration.
He said that the first step towards India’s objective of sending an astronaut to the moon in 2040 is the completion of Chandrayaan-4.

“Chandrayaan-4 is a concept that we are now developing as a continuation of the Chandrayaan series…our honourable Prime Minister has announced that an Indian will land on the moon in 2040,” S. Somnath said at a press briefing. The first step towards sending a craft to the moon, gather samples, and return them to Earth is Chandrayaan-4. It illustrates the entire cycle of travelling to the moon and returning to Earth,” he continued.