The Indian Space Research Organisation said the ‘Chandrayaan-2’ mission is on schedule and flight models are going through various tests.
In ‘Chandrayan-2’, the country’s second mission to the Moon, ISRO is planning to rover to explore the lunar surface.
“It is on schedule. We have to find out whether it is in March or not,” ISRO Chairman AS Kiran Kumar told in a response to a question.
Speaking after the successful orbiting of 31 satellites, including weather observation Cartosat-2 Series craft, by the PSLV-C40, he said the ‘Chandrayan-II’ satellite was getting ready at the ISRO Satellite Centre.
The flight models were going through various levels of tests, he added.