Chandrayaan-1, the first planetary mission of ISRO to the Moon is aimed at three dimensional terrain mapping of lunar surface in high resolution, geological, mineralogical and chemical mapping and also help in studying evolutionary history of the Moon. Chandrayaan-1 has eleven scientific payloads which include six from India
viz. Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC), Hyperspectral Imager (HySI), High Energy X-Ray Spectrometer (HEX), Lunar Laser Ranging Instrument (LLRI), Moon Impact Probe (MIP), Sub KeV Atom Reflecting Analyser (SARA) in collaboration with sweden and Japan; the remaining are from various global institutes viz. Moon Mineralogical Mapper (M3) from USA, Radiation Dose Monitoring Experiment (RADOM) from Bulgaria, Chandrayaan-1 XRay experiment (C1XS) from ESA, Miniature Synthetic Aperture Radar (MiniSAR) from
USA, Infrared Spectrometer (SIR-2) from Germany.
Space Applications Centre (ISRO)