India’s Team Indus is one of 5 groups in competition to put a secretly saved booster on a Moon.
The start-up is competing opposite 4 other teams from around a universe for a Google Lunar X-Prize.
To mount a possibility of winning a $20m (£16m) tip prize, a teams will need to leave Earth by 31 December.
The leader will be a initial to ramble during slightest 500m (1,640ft) on a lunar aspect and tide hi-resolution imagery behind to Earth.
BBC Click’s Spencer Kelly went to accommodate members of Team Indus to see how a plan was progressing.