Chandrayaan 2 Landing: PM Narendra Modi has said that India is with its scientist at this moment and the best is yet to come in our space programme. He was addressing the Indian Scientist at Bengaluru's ISRO control centre hours after India lost contact with Chandrayaan-2 lander Vikram.
Addressing to the scientists, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he came here to learn something from these scientists. He said that learning’s from today will make us stronger and better and certainly there will be a new dawn.
It is noted that the Chandrayaan-2's landing module Vikram went silent before just landing on the Lunar Surface at the last moment after a 47 day journey of the mission.
India was set to create history by landing on the lunar surface successfully. Only three countries — Russia, the US and China have displayed the successful effort for soft landing on the Lunar surface. Earlier scientists have mentioned their concerns of 15 crucial minute of soft landing on the surface of moon.
However India is the first country which has sent its mission to the South Pole of the Moon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has praised ISRO Scientist's effort and said that entire nation is with you.
It is to be noted that India has launched its Mission Chandrayaan-2 on 22 July 2019. It is first week of September when Mission Chandrayaan-2 will culminate to its journey and land on the South Pole of the Moon.
The launching of Mission Chandrayaan-2 was beyond the expectation.
Chandrayaan-2 has several science payloads to expand the lunar scientific knowledge through detailed study of topography, seismography, mineral identification and distribution, surface chemical composition, thermo-physical characteristics of top soil and composition of the tenuous lunar atmosphere, leading to a new understanding of the origin and evolution of the Moon.