Chandrayaan-2’s Vikram landed in dangerous terrain: European Space Agency

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UFOs Responsible Behind ISRO Losing Communication With Chandrayaan

Not only Indians, but the whole world was waiting for ISRO’s ambitious Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft to touchdown on the Moon on September 7. Unfortunately, communications with Chandrayaan-2’s Vikram lander to ISRO’s ground station in Bengaluru were lost minutes before touchdown. Chandrayaan-2: How ‘Lander Vikram’ will touchdown on the moon? er-vikram-will-touchdown-on...Chandrayaan-2: How ‘Lander Vikram’ will touchdown on the moon? 2 min read. ... when its home-built Lander Vikram would attempt to land on the moon’s surface covered with craters, ... This was a big setback for ISRO. ISRO is still studying the reasons behind losing communication with Chandrayaan-2’s Vikram lander. Chandrayaan 2: All You Need to Know About Lander Vikram ... er-vikram-orbiter-pragyan...The lander 'Vikram', named after father of Indian space research programme Dr Vikram A Sarabhai, carrying the rover 'Pragyan', will be landed in a high plain between two craters at a latitude of about 70 degree south of the moon. In the meantime, here are some bizarre theories, including extra-terrestrials interfering with the Chandrayaan-2’s moon landing that are doing the rounds.’

‘According to a report of Deccan Chronicle, Sabir Hussain, a Chennai based independent researcher on UFO sightings and director of the Indian Society for UFO Studies (INSUFOS), believes the loss of communication that Isro scientists suffered with the Vikram lander just before it was to land on the moon’s surface was no accident but a warning from extra-terrestrials.’

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Date: 2019-09-08T11:32:33+05:30
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Chandrayaan 2: Vikram lander is in single piece but tilted position after hard landing, says ISRO official

Vikram lander, which has ‘Pragyan’ rover packed inside it, hit the lunar surface after communication with the mission control was snapped during the final stages of its descent just 2.1 km above moon’s surface, in the wee hours of Saturday.

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Date: 2019-09-09T14:27:00+05:30
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