India’s spacecraft could not land on the Moon: Vikram bad news
Unfortunately, India’s historic landing attempt failed. This night, trying to land on the moon surface Vikram can not receive news from the spacecraft.
Unfortunately, India’s Vikram observation vehicle, which it sent to the Moon, failed to make a successful landing. Last month, the spacecraft settled in the orbit of the moon, had tried to land on the surface this night. Indian scientists, who made the first official statements on the subject, announced that the Vikram spacecraft was disconnected from the Earth and that the landing attempt was probably unsuccessful.
K. Sivan, president of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), said, “In Vikram’s landing attempt, everything was going as high as about 2.1 kilometers. said.
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who made some statements on Twitter after the bad news from Vikram, said, “India is proud of our scientists! They did everything they could and made us proud as usual.” used the phrase.
India is proud of our scientists! They’ve given their best and have always made India proud. These are moments to be courageous, and courageous we will be!— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 6, 2019
Chairman @isro gave updates on Chandrayaan-2. We remain hopeful and will continue working hard on our space programme.
Comparison of data from the flight path and telemetry planned for the Vikram landing attempt:
The Vikram landing vehicle was part of India’s Chandrayaan-2 mission, which cost $ 150 million. Sent into space in July, Chandrayaan-2, orbit of the Moon on August 20 after about a month. Shortly after that, Vikram left the main spacecraft and began to move towards the surface. Vikram’s landing attempt failed, but India still has a space probe that works seamlessly in the Moon’s orbit. So it would be wrong to consider Chandrayaan 2 as a complete failure.
Had India succeeded in landing tonight, it would have made history as the fourth country to land on the Moon. Previously, only the US, China, and the Soviet Union had succeeded in launching spacecraft on our satellite alone.