ISRO Chandrayaan loses contact with Vikram Lander 2.1 km above the moon, data being analyzed


INDIAN’S DREAM of getting a rocket on moon lay broke as the Vikram lander of the Chandrayaan-2 neglected to make a smooth delicate landing, incapable to cut down its speed to the required level. The disappointment happened 13 minutes after Vikram started its plummet, wanting to diminish its speed from 6048 km for every hour to around 7 km for each hour or lower to empower a delicate landing.

The mission activity tasks complex at the ISRO Telemetry, Tracking, and Command Network in Bengaluru quit accepting information from the lander by then.

At the hour of going to press, an official declaration of the disappointment was as yet anticipated.

Head administrator Narendra Modi, who had joined the researchers 15 minutes before the plunge started at 1.38 am on Saturday night, was advised by a sullen-looking ISRO executive K Sivan, and different seniors authorities. Before that Sivan and different authorities held meetings following the control room quit accepting the sign.

Be gallant“, said the Prime Minister to the blue researchers after ISRO boss K Sivan reported that contact with the lander had been lost at a height of 2.1 Km from the moon’s surface. “What you have accomplished is no mean accomplishment. Trust in the best. You have done an incredible administration and humankind. Our adventure will remain, I am with you, proceed with fortitude.”


Chandrayaan-2 was Indian’s first endeavor at finding a shuttle on the moon. Just three nations the United States, the recent USSR and China-have figured out how to put a shuttle on the moon up until this point.

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Watch sincere minute as Prime Minister Narendra Modi embraces and consoles a sorrowful ISRO boss K Sivan after the mishap in Chandrayaan 2’s Vikram lander touchdown. PM Modi, while tending to ISRO researchers, said that the best is yet to come.

Author: praveen

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