ISRO lost Contact with Chandrayaan-2

 07 Sep 2019 ( News Bureau )

After 47 days of travel, Chandrayaan-2 lost contact with ISRO just two kilometers from the lunar surface.

Chandrayan-2's lander Vikram fell silent in the last two kilometers. Through this lander, Chandrayaan-2 was supposed to reach the lunar surface.

ISRO chairman K Sivan said that initially everything was normal but contact with the moon broke out 2.1 kilometers before the last.

The ISRO chief said that the data related to this is being analyzed. So far only the US, Russia and China have been able to get the soft landing of their spacecraft on the moon and India fell two steps behind achieving this feat.

Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi was at ISRO Center in Bengaluru on Friday night to witness this historic moment.

After losing contact, Modi tied up the scientists and said that any big mission fluctuates. Earlier, Sivan said that the last 15 minutes are the most important and in this 15 minutes the contact was broken.

There was a lot of excitement about its success in India and the eyes were on the mission of ISRO late in the night.

When the matter of losing contact with ISRO came to light, people were disappointed but all of the scientists of ISRO were encouraged. On the other hand, there was a bitter and sarcastic response from the neighboring country of Pakistan.

Pakistan's Science and Technology Minister Fawad Hussain Chaudhary retweeted the video of PM Modi's response to the loss of contact with Chandrayaan-2, saying, "Modi ji is giving a speech on satellite communication." Actually, he is not a leader but a astronaut. The Lok Sabha should ask Modi questions for wasting Rs 900 crore of a poor country. ''

In his second tweet, Fawad Chaudhary wrote, "I am surprised that Indian trolls are abusing me, as if I have thwarted their moon mission." Brother, did we say that 900 crore should be spent on these drains? Now be patient and try to sleep.

A Pakistani Twitter user wrote that you saw PM Modi leaving the control room? Fawad Chaudhary wrote, "Oops, I could not see the moment."

When an Indian named Abhay Kashyap expressed anger at Fawad Chaudhary, he said in response, "So Ja Bhai, instead of Moon, I landed in Mumbai." Those who do not work, do not mess with them.

Pakistani Army spokesman Asif Ghafur has tweeted, "Very good ISRO. Whose mistake is it First- innocent Kashmiris who have been imprisoned? Second- Muslims and minorities? Third- anti-Hindutva voice within India? Fourth- ISI? Hindutva will not take you anywhere. ''

This mission of India is being mocked on social media in Pakistan. Many people are associating it with the Wing Commander Abhinandan.


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