NASA had earlier said it would share ‘before and after’ photographs of the target area of Lander Vikram of ISRO’s mission Chandrayaan-2
Almost a week has passed since the 7 September incident. Now the ISRO has another week left to retrieve data from it.
Three days have passed since Lander Vikram strayed from the planned trajectory; the nation is still trying to motivate ISRO scientists as if they were in a state of despondency, notwithstanding their 95% success in meeting the Chandrayaan-2 mission objectives
An on-board camera of Chandrayaan-2 orbiter captured images of the lander rover Pragyan housed inside Vikram; it is functioning normally
The touch-down of Vikram lander is scheduled between 1.30 AM and 2.30 AM on Saturday, followed by the rollout of rover Pragyan between 5.30 AM and 6.30 AM