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BIKRAM LANDER FOUND : Now a new challenge in front of ISRO

BIKRAM LANDER FOUND : Now a new challenge in front of ISRO

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has detected Chandrayaan-2's lander Vikram. ISRO chief K.K. Sivan announced this on Sunday. Sivan said the orbiter orbiting the moon has taken thermal pictures of Vikram. According to Sivan, however, he has not been in contact with Vikram yet. ISRO's efforts in this regard are ongoing. An official said that with the right optimization, it can still generate energy and recharge the batteries from the solar panel. Earlier, ISRO chief K Sivan said on Saturday that the space agency would try to restore contact with the lander for 14 days. An ISRO official said Vikram's hard landing on the lunar surface made it difficult to reconnect. Because it would not have landed effortlessly and with the help of its four legs.

Five questions in front of ISRO

1- Whether or not the lander Vikram landed on the moon's surface
2- Is sunlight reaching Vikram
3- Has Vikram crashed or lost direction on the surface
4- How much damage if crashed
5- Can Vikram work again?

Lander Vikram's boom on Twitter

As soon as ISRO announced the discovery of Lander Vikram, there was a wave of happiness among the countrymen, while this news spread in social media in the blink of an eye. #WikramlanderFound remained the top trend of twitter from 3:30 pm to 6pm. The user hoped that soon Vikram would get in touch. Significantly, the orbiter has sent a thermal photograph of the lander Vikram, which has raised hopes of contacting him.

Prime Minister's address encouraged: Shivan

ISRO chief K Sivan said on Sunday that Prime Minister Modi's address and support of the country boosted the morale of space agency scientists after the mission of Chandrayaan-2's Vikram Lander's soft landing on the lunar surface was not completed as planned. .

We should learn from India: Rahman

Pakistan's scientist and former Minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Ata-ur-Rehman has said that India's Chandrayaan-2 mission is a wake up call for Pakistan. We should learn from India. India's Chandrayaan-2 mission cannot be called a failure. Because many advanced technology countries have also failed such missions.

ISRO Chief said - presence of lander revealed by camera, but not contacted

Obstacles are preventing you from receiving the signal

Chandrayaan-1 director Mylaswamy Annadurai said on Sunday that there may have been obstacles on the lunar surface from getting the lander to signal. He said that as we have detected the lander on the lunar surface. Now we will try to contact him.

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