Students from various Delhi government schools on Monday participated in interactive sessions on Chandrayaan 2 and made colourful placards expressing solidarity with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientists.
Contact with Chandrayaan-2’s lander Vikram, which encases the rover, Pragyan, was lost in the early hours of September 7, when it was just 2.1 km above the lunar surface and seconds before touchdown.
According to ISRO officials, efforts are underway to see whether communication can be re-established with the lander but chances of that could be bleak with full system functionality a prerequisite to restoring contact
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September 10, 2019