India’s Lunar Lander May Have Crashed Into the Moon

Chandrayaan-2 severed at the last moment,Lunar Lander may have crashed. Until the last news, astronomers could not contact India’s lander Vikram. the contact with the control room was disconnected Before touching the surface of the moon, from Chandrayaan-2 sent by India. The incident happened on Friday night. Before the final landing, there was concern about whether the robotic research vehicle hit the moon.
India's Lunar Lander
India’s Lunar Lander

According to some Indian media reports, according to the pre-planned Indian time yesterday. Bikram’s landing process started at 6 pm on Saturday. The speed of the spacecraft began to decrease from zero to 5 km in seconds. He starts breaking hard for that. Then the Fine Breaking Period started with disaster. Within seconds, Chandrajan’s connection with Isra’s control room disappears.

At around 2:30 pm local time. ISRO chairman Ken Shivan said that Lunar Lander process was proceeding normally from 2 to 4 km from the moon. Then Lander Vikram did not send any further signal.

According to a report from India’s NDTV, K Shivam, head of ISRO at its Bangalore headquarters, tells scientists, “The position of Vikram Lunar Lander is normal till the 2.5 km distance.” Lander’s contact with the surface is later sever. The whole incident is under analysis. When you land on the surface of the moon, there is a period of 5 minutes of panic. He could not cross the stage of panic. K Shivan remarked that Chandrayaan-2 was the most complicated of all ISRO operations.

If all went well today, the Lander Vikram would have been different from the Lander Vikram between five and five o’clock In the morning on Saturday. The rover’s job was to send pictures and information of the moon to the earth for analysis.Earlier, the United States, China and Russia won the lunar eclipse. However it is in other regions of the moon.

When India Lunar Lander on the Navajo Moon, they would rise to the list as the fourth country in the lunar calendar. This was the first Navajoan closest to the southern end of the Moon.

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