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"Space missions are expected to fail which must not deter the scientific community in India that saw the Vikram lander not making it to the lunar surface from attempting again, as this is the business out there"

The debris of the crashed Vikram lander on the lunar surface has been located though there is a sort of discrepancies in who located it first: NASA or the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).

After blipping out of contact in September, India’s Vikram lander has now been found strewn across the lunar surface.

The Indian Space Research Organization has been tight-lipped about what happened to its Vikram moon lander. Crowdsourcing and freely available images from NASA revealed its fate. Here's the back story.

NASA releases an image taken by its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter that shows the site of the Vikram lander's impact and associated debris field, with parts scattered over almost two dozen locations spanning several kilometers.

The Indian Space Research Organization has been tight-lipped about what happened to its Vikram moon lander. Crowdsourcing and freely available images from NASA revealed its fate. Here's the back story. by @kchangnyt 

The Indian Space Research Organization has been tight-lipped about what happened to its Vikram moon lander. Crowdsourcing and freely available images from NASA revealed its fate. Here's the back story. by @kchangnyt 

Meet the citizen astronomers who chase stars The recent Vikram Lander discovery shows the role amateurs can play in exploring the cosmos Read:

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The Indian Space Research Organization has been tight-lipped about what happened to its Vikram moon lander. Crowdsourcing and freely available images from NASA revealed its fate. Here's the back story. by @kchangnyt 

Meet the citizen astronomers who chase stars The recent Vikram Lander discovery shows the role amateurs can play in exploring the cosmos Read:

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The #Chandrayaan2  Vikram lander has been found by our @NASALADEE  mission, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. See the first mosaic of the impact site

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Dear India, Welcome to the community of Moon-faring nations — just hours away from the arrival of your Vikram lander & Pragyan rover near the Lunar South Pole. Follow the progress on India’s English news channel:

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#ISRO Today (August 20, 2019) after the Lunar Orbit Insertion (LOI), #Chandrayaan2  is now in Lunar orbit. Lander Vikram will soft land on Moon on September 7, 2019

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#ISRO Vikram Lander Successfully separates from #Chandrayaan2  Orbiter today (September 02, 2019) at 1315 hrs IST. For details please visit

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Watch this video to find out more about VikramChandrayaan 2’s Lander — and the different stages of its journey to the Moon’s south polar region! #ISRO  #Moonmission  #Chandrayaan2 

IN#ISROMissions  IN We are ready for one of the most exciting missions, #Chandrayaan2 . Launch window between July 9-16 & likely Moon-landing on Sept 6, 2019. #GSLVMKIII  will carry 3 modules of this #lunarmission  - Orbiter, Lander (Vikram), Rover (Pragyan). More updates soon.

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🇮 #ISROMissions  🇮🇳 #Chandrayaan2  “The launch of Chandrayaan-2 is planned on July 15, 2019 at 02.51 Hrs from Sriharikota. Soft landing of Vikram lander on lunar surface is likely to be on September 06, 2019" Dr K Sivan announced in today's Press Meet

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#ISRO #Chandrayaan2As  our journey begins, do you know what is the distance of Moon from Earth? The average distance is 3, 84, 000 km, Vikram lander will land on Moon on the 48th day of the mission, which begins today. Here's different view of #GSLVMkIIIM1 

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Our @LRO_NASA  mission imaged the targeted landing site of India’s Chandrayaan-2 lander, Vikram. The images were taken at dusk, and the team was not able to locate the lander. More images will be taken in October during a flyby in favorable lighting. More:

#ISRO Chairman Dr K Sivan says, the powered descent of the lander Vikram has been normal till reaching the altitude of 2.51 km. Subsequently, the communication from the Lander was lost. The reason is being analysed. #Chandrayaan2 

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