Chandrayaan-2: Vikram found on the lunar surface, says ISRO-chief

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In a significant improvement, ISRO Chief and Chandrayaan-2 head K Sivan said on Sunday that the space association has found Vikram lander on the surface of the moon, and that orbiter clicked its thermal picture.

Vikram should easily land on the lunar surface however ISRO lost contact with it.

Sivan said they are attempting to build up a communication.

ISRO lost its communication with the Vikram

After taking off in, Vikram moved for a week and was good to go to land on moon’s southern pole.

On Saturday, its plunge began around 1:37 am

Be that as it may, at a height of 2.1 km, the lander lost contact with ISRO, giving over a major mishap to the researchers who worked for a considerable length of time on the memorable mission.

ISRO orbiter was safe and healthy

The orbiter, which carried Vikram, and rover Pragyan both were sound and safe.

The orbiter gauging 2,379kg has a life expectancy of seven and a half years, instead of just a single year, as revealed prior.

It will lead to remote-sensing observations.

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