In an attempt to re-establish the lost communication with Lander Vikram of Chandrayaan-2 ISRO is leaving no stone un-turned after losing communication minutes before making the historic soft landing on the south pole of Lunar surface on September 7.
On Saturday Chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation K Sivan informed that the space agency will try to establish a link with the lander for 14 days. After lander Vikram was located on the lunar surface by Chandrayaan 2’s onboard cameras on Sunday.
Recently Nagpur Police took to Twitter to share their message in a humorous way, “Please respond, we are not going to challan you for breaking the signal!”, they tweeted.
Every Indian is eagerly waiting and hoping to have positive results to re-establish communication with Lander Vikram.
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