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Vikram Lander identified by NASA

Vikram Lander identified by NASA

ISRO lost contact with Vikram Lander, the pivotal in the Chandrayaan 2 launch. Scientists have tried to reconcile the signs with Vikram. Although NASA also contributed to this process, the efforts failed. However, the US space agency NASA says that Vikram lander in Chandrayaan-2 was landing hard on the Moon.

Vikram Lander has not been able to clearly identify the area. Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) captures photos of Vikram’s soft landing area at the Moon’s south pole. NASA has released images of these. LROC depicts the area within 150 km of the designated area. However, NASA announced that these photos were taken on the 17th of this month.

On the other hand, Vikram Lander is said to be not possible at the time to take photos. NASA scientist John Keller said the LROC will be moving closer to the Vikram landing site on October 14, the day of the moon’s first day of the next week. However, there will be more Clarity on Vikram Lander with NASA photos taken on October 14th. Images taken on the 17th of this month were shared on social media.

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