Our orbiter had already located chandrayan-2’s lander already and updated on our website you can go back and see said by ISRO chief an event happened in Rajasthan. Earlier the ISRO website had an entry on September 10 which stated: “Vikram lander has been located by the orbiter of chandrayaan-2, but no communication with it yet. All possible efforts are being made to establish communication with lander”.
On Tuesday 33 year old Chennai techie has been credited by NASA after they tweeted they found India’s dream project. Subramanian worked hours on comparing both images released by ISRO and NASA. He called out NASA to seek help and they responded well to him.
“It’s quite big but it’s little sad at the same time that we all wanted vikram lander to land on the surface. All narrowed my search to 2sq km. I used only a laptop and searched all the images” he said. “I hope the ISRO will have successful chandrayan-3 and they will land on moon” he added.
In an image released by NASA, the space agency pointed out that green dots indicate space craft debris (most likely). Blue dots locate disturbed soil, where small bits of the space craft churned up with regolith. ‘s’ indicates debris identified by shanmuga Subramanian.
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