The revised configuration takes care of the robustness in design and capacity enhancement for flexibility. Isro
had aimed to land on the south pole of Moon
— on a spot that no other landing craft had reached before.
Isro will attempt to launch in the same area, and would have a lander, rover and propulsion module like its predecessor. The spacecraft would cost around Rs 610 crore, including Rs 360 crore for the launch rocket.