India's space agency, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), is preparing to launch the Chandrayaan-3 moon mission. The mission is a follow-up attempt after the crash-landing of Chandrayaan-2 in September 2019, due to a software glitch. ISRO Chairman S Somanath provided details of the issues that caused the failure of the Vikram lander component of the spacecraft. Chandrayaan-3 will have bigger fuel capacity, fail-safe measures, and a larger landing area of 4 km by 2.5 km, in comparison to the previous mission's 500m x 500m landing spot. It will include programmed failure scenarios to ensure successful landing.