Chandrayaan-2: ISRO Proceeds to Create All-Out Endeavors to Reestablish Connect With Lander 'Vikram'
Not losing trust, the Indian Space Research Organization kept on endeavoring full scale endeavors to build up connection with Chandrayaan-2's' ''Vikram'' lander, presently lying on the lunar surface after a hard-landing. Vikram, with meanderer ''Pragyan'' housed inside it, hit the lunar surface after correspondence with the ground-stations was lost during its last plummet, simply 2.1 km over the lunar surface, in the early long stretches of Saturday.
"It had a hard-landing near the arranged (contact down) site according to the pictures sent by the on-board camera of the orbiter. The lander is there as a solitary piece, not broken into pieces. It's in a tilted position," an ISRO authority related with the mission guaranteed on Monday.
"We are trying full scale endeavors to see whether correspondence can be restored with the lander," the authority said. "An ISRO group is the at work at ISROTelemetry, Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) here"