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Whole Nation stands by ISRO after communication with Vikram lander was lost

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Whole Nation stands by ISRO after communication with Vikram lander was lostNew Delhi, Sept 7 (ANI): Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) announcement that the communication with Vikram lander was lost evoked mixed reactions from netizens, with people expressing faith that the space agency will bounce back soon.

The space agency in a tweet said, “This is Mission Control Centre. #VikramLander descent was as planned and normal performance was observed up to an altitude of 2.1 km. Subsequently, communication from Lander to the ground stations was lost. Data is being analyzed. #ISRO.”

Addressing scientists after communications from #Chandrayaan2 ‘s #VikramLander to ISRO’s ground station snapped, PM @narendramodi said: “Nation is proud of you, You have made India proud. You have served the world, the humanity and science.”

Smriti Irani also tweeted:

Anand Mahindra also showed support for ISRO, “The communication isn’t lost. Every single person in India can feel the heartbeat of #chandrayaan2 We can hear it whisper to us that ‘If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.’

Other tweets also followed to show support and strength toward ISRO and Chandrayaan2

“At this point, please remember that anything could have happened. Vikram was automated. Just because it stopped transmitting at 2.1km above the lunar surface is NOT confirmation of a crash. ” a jouranlist wrote.


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