Chandrayaan 2: There is great news about Chandrayaan-2. An ISRO official associated with Moon Mission said that Vikram Lander is lying close to the predetermined place and he has not suffered any damage. Let us know that earlier on Sunday, ISRO chief K.K. about Chandrayaan-2 mission. Sivan (K Sivan) gave very important information on Sunday. He told that the Orbiter has found Vikram Lander. The orbiter also took a thermal image of the lander, but the orbiter could not get any contact with him. Now the ISRO official said that Vikram has made a hard landing and the pictures sent by the camera of the orbiter shows that he is lying close to the designated site. Vikram is not broken and his entire part is also safe.
Explain that in the last moments of 'soft landing' attempt on Saturday, Vikram lost contact with ISRO's control room when it was at a height of 2.1 km from the lunar surface. There is also a rover named 'Pragyan' inside the lander. An ISRO official associated with the mission said on Monday, "According to the photographs sent from the orbiter's camera, it was a 'hard landing' very close to the designated place. The lander is there, its pieces are not broken. He is in a leaning position. The official said, "We are doing everything possible to establish contact with the lander."
The ISRO official said, 'The orbiter has enough fuel. We did not face any error until the orbit entered the moon's orbit. Excess fuel was not used at all. Everything went according to plan. We have extra fuel (in the orbiter). Another official of the space agency said, "GSLV-Mark... Because of the superb performance of the (who launched the spacecraft) and excellent mission management, we have enough fuel to keep it (orbiter) going forward for seven years.
ISRO also said that accurate launch and excellent mission management have ensured the life of the orbiter to be around seven years instead of the prescribed one year. The space agency, without being affected by the lander 'Vikram' losing contact with the ground station, said that 90-95 percent of the objectives of the 'Chandrayaan-2' mission has been completed, which will continue to help lunar science.
Earlier, ISRO Chairman K.K. Sivan also said on Saturday that the Indian space agency would try for 14 days to contact the lender. He repeated this thing once after getting the picture of the lander on Sunday. An officer of the space agency said, "Unless everything (in the lander) is correct, it is very difficult (to re-establish contact)." The possibilities are slim. The connection can be established only if a 'soft landing' has taken place and all systems are working.