India's space agency has unveiled its spacecraft that it hopes to land on the Moon by September.
If successful, India will be the fourth country to achieve a soft landing on the Moon, following the US, the former Soviet Union and China.
Chandrayaan-2 will be the country's second lunar mission.
Its first mission, Chandrayaan-1 which launched in 2008, was an orbiter and did not actually land on the surface of the Moon.
This mission will focus on the lunar's surface and gather data on water, minerals and rock formations.
The new spacecraft will have a lander, an orbiter and rover, reports BBC.