The next version of Bhuvan is expected to be called Bhuvan ChandraBhumi, which will feature both earth and moon in resolution upto 347 m maximum in near side and 432 m far side which is taken by Chandrayaan. The actual zoom level of the moon was set to 150 m but due to lack of system power and steering problems caused it to be reduced. It is developed by TCS, Infosys, Wipro and ISRO along with the partnership of Satyam Computers and Cognizant Technology Solutions. All leading Indian computer technology companies have participated in this venture with TCS being the main partner. This version is expected to be launched on early 2011 and be operational by the end of 2009 or early 2010. Nearly 90% of moon surface is captured by Chandrayaan with best qualtiy of imaging.
this software will be a freeware and it needs a license for the usage whether to check they are Indian or not to stop unauthorized access and usage.