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  • Chandrayaan 2 Lander Located On Moon's Surface, Says ISRO Chief: Report

    Chandrayaan 2 Lander Located On Moon's Surface, Says ISRO Chief: Report

    Chandrayaan 2 lander has been located on moon's surface andthe ground station is trying to establish contact with it, ISRO chief K Sivan said today, a day after India lost contact with the lander, Vikram, during a historic moon landing attempt.

  • Chandrayaan 2 Orbiter May Have 7 Times Longer Life Than Planned: ISRO

    Chandrayaan 2 Orbiter May Have 7 Times Longer Life Than Planned: ISRO

    Despite the heartbreak of losing communication with the Chandrayaan 2 lander "Vikram", there is some good news. The Chandrayaan 2 orbiter, which is successfully circling the Moon, could now last for seven years, which was earlier planned to last for just one year, the Indian Space Research Organisation has said.

  • 16,500 Women And Men Worked On Chandrayaan 2. Meet The ISRO Core Team

    16,500 Women And Men Worked On Chandrayaan 2. Meet The ISRO Core Team

    Vikram may have failed to land on the moon, but the magnitude and daring of the Chandrayaan 2 project, which fell only 2.1 kilometres short, is testament to the brilliance of the 16,500 men and women behind India's most complex and ambitious space mission yet

  • Moment When PM Modi Consoled An Emotional ISRO Chief

    Moment When PM Modi Consoled An Emotional ISRO Chief

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi consoled an emotional ISRO chief K Sivan this morning, hours after the space agency announced it lost contact with Chandrayaan 2 lander during a historic moon landing attempt.

  • Only 5% Of Chandrayaan 2 Lost, Orbiter Can Take Moon Pics: ISRO Official

    Only 5% Of Chandrayaan 2 Lost, Orbiter Can Take Moon Pics: ISRO Official

    India's first attempt to land on the Moon may have gone off-script but the ambitious Chandrayaan 2 mission has been far from a flop. With a mission life of one year, the Chandrayaan 2 orbiter remains in operation and will continue to study the Moon from afar.

  • What ISRO Chief Said After Loss Of Contact With Chandrayaan Lander

    What ISRO Chief Said After Loss Of Contact With Chandrayaan Lander

    1.55 am on Saturday came and went. Amid a stunned silence at the ISRO mission control room, India's top space scientist K Sivan first briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then made the grim announcement. Communication to the Chandrayaan 2's lander Vikram was lost. At 3.10 am, an ISRO scientist - not the chief -- announced that a planned press c...

  • Contact With Chandrayaan Lander Lost Moments Before Moon Landing Attempt

    Contact With Chandrayaan Lander Lost Moments Before Moon Landing Attempt

    Days of anticipation gave way to tense moments and then a heart-breaking announcement. Seconds before it was supposed to touch down on the Moon's surface early on Saturday, communication with the Chandrayaan 2 lander was lost, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said.

  • Tense Moments At ISRO As Chandrayaan 2 Attempts Moon Landing

    Tense Moments At ISRO As Chandrayaan 2 Attempts Moon Landing

    The Chandrayaan 2 Moon mission will land on the lunar surface in less than an hour, as India looks to create history by becoming the first nation to reach closest to the Moon's south pole.

  • From "Barefoot" At Mango Orchard To ISRO Chief: Inspiring Life Of K Sivan

    From "Barefoot" At Mango Orchard To ISRO Chief: Inspiring Life Of K Sivan

    The life of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman Dr K Sivan, the rocket scientist who spearheaded India's latest moon mission, is a rags-to-riches story. Son of a marginal farmer, he didn't get to wear sandals until he was in college.

  • Chandrayaan 2: Why India Is Exploring The Moon's South Pole

    Chandrayaan 2: Why India Is Exploring The Moon's South Pole

    Packed with scientific instruments and national pride, Chandrayaan 2's moon lander Vikram is set to make a soft landing near the moon's south pole - a relatively unexplored part of Earth's natural satellite.

  • "As Tricky As Holding A Newborn": ISRO Chief On Chandrayaan 2's Landing

    "As Tricky As Holding A Newborn": ISRO Chief On Chandrayaan 2's Landing

    Chandrayaan 2, India's ambitious lunar mission, is scheduled to make a soft-landing on the surface of the moon at 1:55 am on Saturday. The final manoeuvre of 30km, till the lander and the rover land on the moon's surface without any injury, will be "15 minutes of terror" even for the top scientists at space agency ISRO.

  • India's Chandrayaan 2 To Land Close To South Pole Of Moon Soon

    India's Chandrayaan 2 To Land Close To South Pole Of Moon Soon

    The Chandrayaan 2 Moon mission will land on the lunar surface in less than an hour, as India looks to create history by becoming the first nation to reach closest to the Moon's south pole.

  • Chandrayaan 2 One Step Away From Historic Soft-Landing On The Moon

    Chandrayaan 2 One Step Away From Historic Soft-Landing On The Moon

    The Chandrayaan 2 mission has completed all its orbit manoeuvres around the Moon and is ready to land close to the lunar south pole. The two orbit lowering manoeuvres, since the lander 'Vikram' separating from the orbiter, were performed at its designated times. ISRO now aims to create history by making India the first nation to reach close to the ...

  • Chandrayaan 2 Lander's 4-Second Operation Takes It A Step Closer To Moon

    Chandrayaan 2 Lander's 4-Second Operation Takes It A Step Closer To Moon

    The moon lander Vikram, which separated from India's spacecraft Chandrayaan 2 on Monday, inched closer to the lunar surface today after a manoeuvre that lasted four seconds to lower its orbit further.

  • First Moon Photo By Chandrayaan-2 Shows Apollo Crater, Mare Orientale Basin

    First Moon Photo By Chandrayaan-2 Shows Apollo Crater, Mare Orientale Basin

    The first image of the Moon captured by Chandrayaan 2 was tweeted by space agency ISRO on Thursday. The image of the moon, ISRO says, was captured at a height of about 2,650 km from the Lunar surface and was taken a day earlier.

'Reported By Pallava Bagla' - 109 News Result(s)

  • Chandrayaan 2 Lander Located On Moon's Surface, Says ISRO Chief: Report

    Chandrayaan 2 Lander Located On Moon's Surface, Says ISRO Chief: Report

    Chandrayaan 2 lander has been located on moon's surface andthe ground station is trying to establish contact with it, ISRO chief K Sivan said today, a day after India lost contact with the lander, Vikram, during a historic moon landing attempt.

  • Chandrayaan 2 Orbiter May Have 7 Times Longer Life Than Planned: ISRO

    Chandrayaan 2 Orbiter May Have 7 Times Longer Life Than Planned: ISRO

    Despite the heartbreak of losing communication with the Chandrayaan 2 lander "Vikram", there is some good news. The Chandrayaan 2 orbiter, which is successfully circling the Moon, could now last for seven years, which was earlier planned to last for just one year, the Indian Space Research Organisation has said.

  • 16,500 Women And Men Worked On Chandrayaan 2. Meet The ISRO Core Team

    16,500 Women And Men Worked On Chandrayaan 2. Meet The ISRO Core Team

    Vikram may have failed to land on the moon, but the magnitude and daring of the Chandrayaan 2 project, which fell only 2.1 kilometres short, is testament to the brilliance of the 16,500 men and women behind India's most complex and ambitious space mission yet

  • Moment When PM Modi Consoled An Emotional ISRO Chief

    Moment When PM Modi Consoled An Emotional ISRO Chief

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi consoled an emotional ISRO chief K Sivan this morning, hours after the space agency announced it lost contact with Chandrayaan 2 lander during a historic moon landing attempt.

  • Only 5% Of Chandrayaan 2 Lost, Orbiter Can Take Moon Pics: ISRO Official

    Only 5% Of Chandrayaan 2 Lost, Orbiter Can Take Moon Pics: ISRO Official

    India's first attempt to land on the Moon may have gone off-script but the ambitious Chandrayaan 2 mission has been far from a flop. With a mission life of one year, the Chandrayaan 2 orbiter remains in operation and will continue to study the Moon from afar.

  • What ISRO Chief Said After Loss Of Contact With Chandrayaan Lander

    What ISRO Chief Said After Loss Of Contact With Chandrayaan Lander

    1.55 am on Saturday came and went. Amid a stunned silence at the ISRO mission control room, India's top space scientist K Sivan first briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then made the grim announcement. Communication to the Chandrayaan 2's lander Vikram was lost. At 3.10 am, an ISRO scientist - not the chief -- announced that a planned press c...

  • Contact With Chandrayaan Lander Lost Moments Before Moon Landing Attempt

    Contact With Chandrayaan Lander Lost Moments Before Moon Landing Attempt

    Days of anticipation gave way to tense moments and then a heart-breaking announcement. Seconds before it was supposed to touch down on the Moon's surface early on Saturday, communication with the Chandrayaan 2 lander was lost, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said.

  • Tense Moments At ISRO As Chandrayaan 2 Attempts Moon Landing

    Tense Moments At ISRO As Chandrayaan 2 Attempts Moon Landing

    The Chandrayaan 2 Moon mission will land on the lunar surface in less than an hour, as India looks to create history by becoming the first nation to reach closest to the Moon's south pole.

  • From "Barefoot" At Mango Orchard To ISRO Chief: Inspiring Life Of K Sivan

    From "Barefoot" At Mango Orchard To ISRO Chief: Inspiring Life Of K Sivan

    The life of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman Dr K Sivan, the rocket scientist who spearheaded India's latest moon mission, is a rags-to-riches story. Son of a marginal farmer, he didn't get to wear sandals until he was in college.

  • Chandrayaan 2: Why India Is Exploring The Moon's South Pole

    Chandrayaan 2: Why India Is Exploring The Moon's South Pole

    Packed with scientific instruments and national pride, Chandrayaan 2's moon lander Vikram is set to make a soft landing near the moon's south pole - a relatively unexplored part of Earth's natural satellite.

  • "As Tricky As Holding A Newborn": ISRO Chief On Chandrayaan 2's Landing

    "As Tricky As Holding A Newborn": ISRO Chief On Chandrayaan 2's Landing

    Chandrayaan 2, India's ambitious lunar mission, is scheduled to make a soft-landing on the surface of the moon at 1:55 am on Saturday. The final manoeuvre of 30km, till the lander and the rover land on the moon's surface without any injury, will be "15 minutes of terror" even for the top scientists at space agency ISRO.

  • India's Chandrayaan 2 To Land Close To South Pole Of Moon Soon

    India's Chandrayaan 2 To Land Close To South Pole Of Moon Soon

    The Chandrayaan 2 Moon mission will land on the lunar surface in less than an hour, as India looks to create history by becoming the first nation to reach closest to the Moon's south pole.

  • Chandrayaan 2 One Step Away From Historic Soft-Landing On The Moon

    Chandrayaan 2 One Step Away From Historic Soft-Landing On The Moon

    The Chandrayaan 2 mission has completed all its orbit manoeuvres around the Moon and is ready to land close to the lunar south pole. The two orbit lowering manoeuvres, since the lander 'Vikram' separating from the orbiter, were performed at its designated times. ISRO now aims to create history by making India the first nation to reach close to the ...

  • Chandrayaan 2 Lander's 4-Second Operation Takes It A Step Closer To Moon

    Chandrayaan 2 Lander's 4-Second Operation Takes It A Step Closer To Moon

    The moon lander Vikram, which separated from India's spacecraft Chandrayaan 2 on Monday, inched closer to the lunar surface today after a manoeuvre that lasted four seconds to lower its orbit further.

  • First Moon Photo By Chandrayaan-2 Shows Apollo Crater, Mare Orientale Basin

    First Moon Photo By Chandrayaan-2 Shows Apollo Crater, Mare Orientale Basin

    The first image of the Moon captured by Chandrayaan 2 was tweeted by space agency ISRO on Thursday. The image of the moon, ISRO says, was captured at a height of about 2,650 km from the Lunar surface and was taken a day earlier.

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