The mission aims at observing the solar atmosphere, mainly the chromosphere and corona — the outermost layers of the Sun — and conducting studies to record the local environment from L1.
All four firms have been associated with ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) for providing components for various projects.
Modi urged people to know more about this mission and the strides India has made in space, science and innovation
Tentative landing on August 23-24 when sunlight availability at max
ISRO successfully conducts launch simulation of launcher carrying Chandrayaan-3 at Satish Dhawan Space Centre
He said the rocket assembly will also be completed by the end of this month and then there is a process to integrate Chandrayaan-3 with the rocket.