- SpaceNASA tweets high resolution images, says Vikram had "hard landing"
The high resolution images of the landing site have been clicked by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) spacecraft during its flyby on September 17. Since the images have been captured during the dusk, the scientists failed to get the picture of Vikram lander.Science NewsFor ISRO next priority is Gaganyaan, no links with Vikram lander
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chief K Sivan on Saturday said that the next priority for them in the Gaganyaan, adding that Chandrayaan 2 achieved 98% of the soul objectives.Science NewsChandrayaan 2: Lander Vikram located on moon, ISRO trying to establish connection
With the mission, India had aimed of creating history and become the fourth nation - after the United States, Russia and China – to soft land on the moon. It would also have made India the first country to complete a soft landing near the South Pole on its first attempt.SpaceYou inspire us: NASA to ISRO
The NASA on Saturday took to Twitter to commend ISRO's attempt to land its Chandrayaan-2 mission on the South Pole of the Moon.Science NewsWill keep trying connecting Vikram lander for 14 days: ISRO Chief
Ensuring that there are still hopes alive to establish a connection with Vikram lander, ISRO chief K Sivan told the national broadcaster that his team will continue to find a connection with the lander for next 14 days.Science NewsChandrayaan 2: PM Narendra Modi hugs emotional K Sivan at ISRO Centre gate
PM Narendra Modi was on his way out from the ISRO centre after completing his address when he turned to congratulate K Sivan for all his efforts in the mission. Mr Sivan broke into tears as PM Modi gave him a hug and several pats on the back to ensure he does not get disheartened with the results.Science NewsWhy President and not Prime Minister? PM Narendra Modi replies to a student
During the interaction, one of the students asked him for the tips to become the President of India. Replying to his query, PM Modi laughed and said, 'why President and not Prime Minister?'Science NewsScience never fails, mission not failed: PM Narendra Modi to ISRO scientists
Applauding the tremendous efforts of the scientists involved in the project, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the great thing associated with science is that it never fails, no matter what the result is. There is always learning.Science NewsWatch Live: PM Modi addresses scientists at ISRO centre in Bengaluru
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) lost communication with Chandrayaan 2 moon lander Vikram when it was just 2.1 km away from its final landing position from the surface. The space organization is now analyzing data to know the final status of the lander.Science NewsChandrayaan 2: Just 2.1 kms away, Vikram lander communication goes off, data analysis on
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) lost communication with Chandrayaan 2 moon lander Vikram when it was just 2.1 km away from its final landing position from the surface. The space organization is now analyzing data to know the final status of the lander.