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Friday, September 27, 2019

NASA's LRO could not locate Vikram Lander due to low light.

 NASA's LRO could not locate Vikram Lander due to low light.
NASA's LRO could not locate Vikram Lander due to low light.
NASA's LRO could not locate Vikram Lander of ISRO's Chandrayaan-2. It was evening on the moon and the light had reduced. In October, NASA will again try to find Vikram Lander. It is sunny on the moon for 14 days and night for 14 days. This time it is night on the moon. On October 5, the sun will rise on the moon. NASA's LRO could not get a clear picture due to low light on the moon.

NASA scientists said the Vikram lander fell 600 kilometers from the moon's south pole
NASA scientists said the Vikram lander fell 600 kilometers from the moon's south pole
NASA scientists said the Vikram lander fell 600 kilometers from the moon's south pole. On September 17, our LRO passed through that place but it was evening on the moon, from which nothing was visible. Scientists said that it will be sunny on the moon on October 5, then we will definitely find Vikram Lander.


Dr. K. Sivan, chairman of the Indian Space Agency (ISRO)
Dr. K. Sivan, chairman of the Indian Space Agency (ISRO)
Dr. K. Sivan, chairman of the Indian Space Agency (ISRO), has said that Chandrayaan-2's orbiter is working. The instruments of the orbiter are working well.
The orbiter has started experimenting with the lunar surface. We have not received any signal from Vikram Lander but our orbiter is still circling around the moon. The arbiter is doing its job.
What went wrong with Vikram Lander, is the subject of investigation. This sequence of events will be investigated at the national level. Dr. K. Sivan said that analysis of the data of this incident will help for the upcoming program.

Lost contact with Vikram Lander

Lost contact with Vikram Lander
Lost contact with Vikram Lander
The Indian Space Agency (ISRO) had tried to land the Vikram lander at the south pole of the moon at 1.50 am on September 7, but the landing could not take place as expected and contact with Vikram was lost. It was earlier reported that the contact with the vikram lander was lost at an altitude of 2.1 km from the moon. Later it was reported that the contact was lost at an altitude of 300 meters from the moon.



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