NASA stood by ISRO in an attempt to connect with Vikram. The US Space Research Agency sent a signal to Vikram on the moon.

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NASA stood by ISRO in an attempt to connect with Vikram. The US Space Research Agency sent a signal to Vikram on the moon.

Image Source: ISRO

ISRO has taken the help of NASA’s Deep Space Network for space missions in various fields. Connections are connected to the vehicle through the ISRO deep space network. NASA is trying to connect Chandrayan-2’s lander with that deep space network.

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is trying to connect Bikram with radiofrequency. According to a NASA official, NASA is trying to establish contact with Vikram on the basis of a previous agreement with ISRO.

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Bikram’s connection was disappeared just a few moments before landing on the moon on September 7. Since then, scientists have been desperately trying to establish contact with Vikram. According to ISRO, the connection will have to be established with Vikram by the 20th of this month. Because there will be days in that part of the moon. Vikram works by using solar power through solar panels. As a result, it will be no longer possible to establish contact with the lander of Chandrayaan-2 when it is dark. And that’s why ISRO and NASA scientists and practitioners are constantly trying to connect with Vikram.

US astronomer Scott Tilley tweeted about his efforts to establish contact with Vikram. NASA had previously been disconnected from an artificial satellite in 2005. At that time, Scott was involved in reconnecting with the satellite. He said that now they are is trying to connect with Chandrayaan-2’s Landar Vikram through Deep Space Network. He also tweeted a recording of the radio frequency signal.

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NASA is interested in finding Chandrayaan-2 because:

High-resolution image of the moon will reach the scientists through Chandrayaan-2. In addition, 3-D mapping of the moon will be done. NASA scientists hope to find much important information about the moon. NASA is going to send astronauts to the moon through the Artemis program in 2024. In this case, the information that is available to ISRO through Chandrayaan II is likely to help a lot in the preparation of NASA.

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In the meanwhile, Indian scientists are fascinated by the world’s scientists. On Wednesday, a group of California scientists flew to Bengaluru to meet ISRO chief Dr. K Shivan. Greeting the scientists and technicians involved in the Chandrayaan-2 expedition.

A special team of scientists from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) met with ISRO Chief Dr. K. Shivan. The team of scientists was led by US chemist David Tyrell. Larry James was the Deputy Director of Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. They were accompanied by a group of US scientist.

Lander Vikram of Chandrayaan-2 was supposed to touch the moon’s ground at midnight on September 7. Though Vikram was disconnected at the last step, the orbiter is functioning well till now. According to ISRO, they are about 95% successful in their efforts. And that is the reason why the Aerospace Organizations in different countries of the world appreciated the fierceness of ISRO.

NASA also praised ISRO scientists. NASA says space is a challenging issue. NASA praised ISRO for the launch of Chandrayaan-II in the southern hemisphere of the moon. NASA says the US space research agency was inspired by ISRO’s move. The US space agency has expressed interest in working with India in the future. Earlier on Friday, NASA said almost 60 percent of such missions had failed in the past. That is why they are so impressed with India’s first attempt.

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Chandrayaan-2 was launched through a fully geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) made in India. Chandrayaan-2 has crossed all difficult steps to reach the moon. Unfortunately, at the last moment, Lander Vikram was disconnected.

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