ISRO getting NASA’s support to activate Vikram Lander
ISRO’s Chandrayaan reached the moon, but by reaching the moon, ISRO lost contact with Vikram Lander of Chandrayaan….
Since then, efforts are on to contact Vikram Lander…. On September 7, due to the hard landing, the hope of contacting Chandramayan-2 lander Vikram lying on the lunar surface is getting bleak with time…. Because to save Vikram’s life, the Indian space agency ISRO is now left for a week.
Vikram and the rover Pragyan inside him had to spend one lunar day on the lunar surface equal to 14 days of the Earth… In such a situation, ISRO now has only a little time left…
A scientist of ISRO has to say that like- As time goes by Contacting Vikram is getting complicated… his battery is running out… Scientists have expressed concern that if the battery is exhausted then it will need to be given electricity to power Vikram and this is very difficult, in such a situation Things are only getting worse with each passing minute.
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ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network
However, a team of ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network is engaged day and night trying to contact Vikram…. Let me tell you that on September 7, Vikram was to make a soft landing, which was the first time India had prepared this plan… but Vikram’s contact with ISRO was broken just 2.1 km before the lunar surface… and since then ISRO contact After this process, ISRO is also trying to join NASA’s US space agency NASA after this process … NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab (i.e., the rocket-oriented applications) School) and Deep Space Network (ie being they tried to help the network) to research in distant space …. Radio signals are being sent to the Vikram lander lying on the lunar surface with the help of Deep Space Network…. If Vikram responds to the lander signal, then almost lost lander will be contacted.
NASA is constantly in the process for helps to ISRO
NASA sources say “As part of the agreement with ISRO, NASA is constantly in the process of contacting Vikram Lander.” NASA’s Deep Space Network stations in South California, USA, Madrid, Spain, and Canberra, Australia Are present in.
These three stations are at a 120 degree angle from each other….
And have the ability to contact any satellite in space. There are four antennae at each station. Each antenna is spread over an area of 25 to 70 meters.
These antennae have the ability to connect to multiple satellites simultaneously.
Not only this, there are reports that NASA’s satellite on the moon will go to the place where Vikram Lander’s landing took place. According to a conversation with the New York Times, a NASA spokesperson said, NASA will share the before and after photos with ISRO.
which will help ISRO…. DSN operator Richard Stephenson also wrote on Twitter… that DSN is trying to contact ISRO lander