The lander is named Vikram, and the rover is named Pragyan. Vikram landed in the South Pole-Aitken basin, the largest impact basin on the Moon. The Pragyan rover is exploring the lunar surface near the lander.

Chandrayaan 4 is a significant milestone in India's space program, and it is expected to contribute significantly to our understanding of the Moon.

Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3): This instrument will map the elemental composition of the lunar surface.

Chandrayaan-4 Impact Probe (CIP): This probe will impact the lunar surface and measure the physical properties of the subsurface.