Chandrayaan-2 is ISROs second lunar mission, the first being Chandrayaan-1. Its objective is to map and study the variations in lunar surface composition and find the location and abundance of lunar water. Vikram Lander and Pragyan lunar rover launched onboard this mission were crashed because of a software-glitch. They were meant land on the near side of the Moon, in the south polar region.
The Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft has completed over 9,000 orbits around the Moon. It used spectrometer to analyze the lunar X-ray florescence spactra for the presence of key elements, like magnesium, aluminum, silica, iron, calcium, titanium and sodium.