Chandrayaan-3, India’s ambitious lunar mission will be launched on 14 July at 2:35 pm.

The launch rehearsal, which simulated the entire launch process in 24 hours, was concluded on 11 July. Image: ISRO

Here’s a detailed look at the various components of India’s third lunar mission, in pictures:

The spacecraft will lift off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota on the Launch Vehicle (LVM-3)

The payload mass of Chandrayaan-3 is 3,900 kg and will be carried on the LVM-3, also called the ‘Baahubali’ of rockets.  Image: ISRO

First, the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft was placed in an encapsulated assembly. Image: ISRO

The assembly was then mated with the LVM-3 rocket on 5 July and then moved to the launch pad on 7 July. Image: ISRO

LVM-3 has launched many missions, including the Chandrayaan-2. Image: ISRO

The spacecraft consists of an indigenous lander module, a propulsion module, and a rover. Image: ISRO

The propulsion module will carry the lander and rover into an orbit around the moon. Image: ISRO

The lander will try to make a soft landing on the surface of the moon and deploy the rover to carry out in-situ chemical analysis. Image: ISRO

The lander and rover have payloads which will carry out experiments on the moon. Image: ISRO

All eyes are now on the launch of Chandrayaan-3!