20 Sep 2019

Chandrayaan 2: ISRO has last chance to contact Vikram Lander today

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Today, ISRO has the last chance to re-contact the lander Vikram of Chandrayaan 2 mission. Where the lander is present on the surface of the moon's south pole, it has started to darken. By late tonight, the lunar day, the most important moment of this campaign, will end. With this, the possibilities of contacting the lander again will almost end.

However, before this, a good news has come from NASA. After the orbiter of Chandrayaan-2, NASA's vehicle also took pictures of the landing site of Lander Vikram three days ago. On September 17, NASA's vehicle passed over the moon's south pole, the place where Vikram was supposed to land. NASA's vehicle has taken many pictures while passing through here. NASA scientists are studying these pictures. It is expected that many important information can be gained from studying these pictures.

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