Bengaluru: ISRO that is still probing the exact reason behind Chandrayaan-2 lander (Vikram) crash landing on Moon now has the image of the four-legged probe from the exact location on the lunar surface.
“We’ve got the image of Vikram on the lunar surface from our orbiter. We are analysing the data,” ISRO chairman K Sivan told Times of India
Vikram, which was expected to land at about 1.53am on September 7, deviated from the intended trajectory before going incommunicado, just about three minutes before the expected landing.
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