Indian Space Research Organisation is planning to launch Chandrayaan-2 via GSLV MKII launch vehicle, in the first quarter of 2018. This will help India to study further about the moon. This satellite which has Orbiter, Lander and Rover will soft land in the moon.
ISRO is planning to design, develop and build three satellites in the Cartosat series by the first half of 2018, Oceansat-3 in the Oceansat series, RISAT-1A in the Radar Imaging Satellite series and GISAT-1 in the INSAT series for meteorological applications, in 2018.
Chandrayaan – 1 was a success and ISRO is trying to emulate it with Chandrayaan – 2 as well.
ISRO has been advancing further in the technology with world nation approaching it for launch at an affordable cost. With the launch of multiple satellites in a single launch few months back there by creating a world record, ISRO is already the favorite for many nation as it is cheaper and also provides a reliable launch which has not failed till date.