The chairman of India’s house company says the lander module from the nation’s moon mission has been positioned on the lunar floor after it misplaced contact with the house station and efforts are underway to attempt to set up contact with it.
The Press Belief of India information company cited Indian House and Analysis Group chairman Okay. Sivan as saying Sunday that cameras from the moon mission’s orbiter had positioned the lander.
ISRO officers couldn’t be reached for remark.
India’s house company mentioned it misplaced contact with its Vikram lunar lander on Saturday because it made its remaining strategy to the moon’s south pole to deploy a rover to seek for indicators of water.