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Chandrayaan 2 Failure: Millions of Hearts break but we are still proud

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On 7th September 2019, Vikram Lander was expected to land on the moon but unfortunately, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) lost its contact near the lunar south pole. As per the information, Chandrayaan 2 lander Vikram was expected to land on the moon at around 2:15 am. But, only a few minutes to landing ISRO stopped receiving any data and lost touch. 

ISRO Chief K Sivan confirmed the news saying “Contact Lost but we are analysing data to figure out what happened.” He also added that they have no idea if Chandrayaan 2 crashed or not. Devastated by the incident, Mr Sivan burst into tears to which PM Narendra Modi consoled him saying “The best is yet to come.”

Addressing the media, the PM said:

Also, have a look at how PM Narendra Modi consoled the project head Mr K Sivan:

This may act as a small set back in the history of India, but we will jump back to the top soon. Chandrayaan 2 may have failed but we are proud of our scientists and their team at ISRO.

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