As the nation awaits with bated breath for the soft-landing of the 'Vikram' lander on the south pole of the lunar surface, here's a video the Indian Space Research Organisation had released a day before the first planned launch of Chandrayaan-2 on July 14.
It's a behind-the-scenes footage of the mission's various components coming together.
The mission was called off on July 15 barely an hour before the planned post-midnight lift-off after scientists noticed a glitch in the three-stage rocket during the propellant filling phase in the indigenous cryogenic engine.
The mission was successfully launched a week later on July 22.
Watch the video HERE: