Photos of Chandrayaan-2’s Rover Pragyan (Photo Credits: Twitter)
Chandrayaan-2: Nearly 10 months after NASA’s Lander Vikram’s attempt to land a soft landing on the Chandrayaan-2 mission (Mission Chandrayaan-2), Rover Pragyan, failed, new NASA images took the mission India’s hopes have been rekindled. In fact, the space anthroacist Shanmuga Subramanian, who discovered the debris of Chandrayaan-2’s Vikram lander, has claimed that the rover of Chandrayaan-2 is located on the moon and it is just a few meters from the lander Vikram. situated at. At the same time, it is being told that the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is now preparing to investigate the claims of Shanmug Subramanian. ISRO Chief K Sivan says that he has been informed by Subramaniam and experts of ISRO are investigating it.
Subrahmanyam has tweeted that along with the latest pictures of the moon taken by NASA, the rover is located on the surface of the moon. Chandrayaan-2’s rover Prajnana was away from Vikram Lander due to rough landing, so the commands are not reaching the earth. Along with this, he also raised the possibility that the lander was sent commands for several days, which may have been received by the lander and relayed to the rover as well, but the lander was not able to send those commands back to Earth Have been Also read: Chandrayaan-3: ISRO will soon launch Chandrayaan-3, new space port to be built at Thoothukudi
Chandrayaan2’s Pragyan “ROVER” intact on Moon’s surface & has rolled out few meters from the skeleton Vikram lander whose payloads got disintegrated due to rough landing | More details in below tweets @isro # Chandrayaan2 #VikramLander #PragyanRover (1/4) pic.twitter.com/iKSHntsK1f
– Shan (Shanmuga Subramanian) (@Ramanean) August 1, 2020
While tweeting a picture of NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, he said that the white dot could be a lander in addition to the payload and the black dot rover as seen in the photographs. According to him, the rover still exists on the surface of the moon. Significantly, the lander Vikram of ISRO’s mission Chandrayaan-2 was supposed to make a soft landing on the lunar surface on September 6, but his contact with the earth was broken 69 seconds before the scheduled time.