Bangalore: ISRO attempt to launch robotic space craft on Moon’s South Pole could not find success. The Space agency lost contact with the space craft Vikram Lander at 2.1 km altitude from the lunar surface. The space craft diverged the path as planned by ISRO moments before it was to land on the lunar South Pole. Vikram’s performance till the moment it lost control was absolutely normal, said Dr K Shivan, ISRO chairman said.
ISRO informed that only 5 percentage of the mission is lost Lander Vikram and rover Prajyan, the rest the data of the 95 percentage of the mission is sustained. ISRO is analyzing the data to know over what has happened to Chandrayaan-2. The orbitor is at lunar surface and it shows the significant achievement to Space agency.