Last updated on October 10th, 2019

  Vikram Lander of Chandrayaan-II lost contact with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in September and since then all attempts to recover the lander have failed.

Time To Say Goodbye To Vikram Lander?

Goodbye To Vikram Lander

The orbiter, however, is performing well and is orbiting the moon as part of the mission.
Vikram Lander is located on the surface of the moon where winter resin will soon rise and temperatures are expected to fall below minus 200 degrees Celsius.

Lander’s instruments have no way of surviving the cool lunar night, meaning it’s time for Vikram Lander to depart.

ISRO is optimistic about controlling the situation. But now official sources claim that the six-wheeled wisdom rover’s contact with Vikram Lander is unlikely to be restored.
As a team of national-level scientists and academics will soon gather to investigate and investigate the cause of Vikram Lander’s failure. We citizens can only appreciate ISRO’s efforts and hope that Lander can survive another day.

Goodbye To Vikram Lander

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ISRO’s Chandrayaan-2 mission took a hit when Vikram Lander lost contact with ground stations while trying to land soft on the moon’s bottom at a height of 2.5 km on Saturday.
During the last phase of the important Chandrayaan-2 mission, a raid took place, where the connection between the moon’s lander (Vikram) and the orbit led to some exciting moments.

With Saturday’s set-back, the orbiter revolves around the moon and is expected to be in orbit for more than a year. Although Vikram and Wisdom Rover are trying to figure out how to recover or recover.

ISRO Chairman K. Sivan declared that “Vikram Lander landed at a height of 2.5 km and planned and during Chandrayaan-2 normal performance was noticed. Subsequently, there was plenty of communication from Lander to the ground station. The data is being analyzed. “

Vikram Lander

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who landed in Bengaluru to watch the Lander rise on the moon and sit in the visitors’ gallery at the Center for Telemetry Tracking and Command Network (ISRTAC) in ISRO.

Prime Minister Modi told the ISRO scientists, “There are many ups and downs in life. This is no small achievement. The nation is proud of you. Let’s be great. I congratulate you. You all have done a tremendous service to race, science and mankind. I am with you all the way, go ahead with adventure ”.

He added: “India is proud of our scientists! They gave their best and always made India proud. These are the moments of being brave, and we will be brave! We remain optimistic and will continue to work hard in our space program. ”

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