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NEW DELHI: A day after thanking the public for their tremendous support for the Chandrayan-2 mission, the Indian Space Research Organization (Yisro) on Thursday finally came out with an orbit health update. The Indian Space Agency on Twitter said: "All payloads in orbit are powered. The initial payload tests have been completed successfully and the performance of all payloads is satisfactory. "
It states that" the Chandrayan-2 orbit continues to carry out planned scientific experiments to its full satisfaction. " There are eight advanced payloads in orbit that will make three-dimensional mapping of the moon and look for water ice and minerals in the polar region of the moon.

In Vikram's land, the Space Agency says: "A national committee consisting of Isro academics and experts is analyzing the cause of the loss of communication with the landlord."
on the 7th of September, the farmer made a "firm landing" on the moon's surface. Within 15 minutes of the final descent, the lander initially made the planned path from 30 km altitude to about 2 km altitude from the lunar surface. However, at 2.1 km altitude, Vikram deviated from the path and at about 400 meters distance from the lunar surface, communication with Vikram was lost.
Two days ago, Istro thanked the people for their continued support and emotional connection to the mission. "Thank you for being with us. We will continue to move forward – driven by the hopes and dreams of Indians around the world! ", He tweeted.
Since September 7, Isroro has been trying without success to contact Vikram. Even the US space agency Nasa was sending radio frequency to Vikram with the aid of its ground stations in the deep space network, and made efforts to take photos of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter moons orbiting the moon's orbit. Although Nasa's LRO could not detect Vikram, he captured several images at the south pole and analyzed them.
LRO Deputy Scientist on the John Keller project confirmed that the orbit camera captured the lunar images, according to a report on cnet.com. "The LROC team will analyze these new images and compare them with previous images to see if the lander is visible (may be in the shadow or out of the rendered area)," Keller said in a statement. Nasa validates, analyzes and reviews the images. It was near dusk when the orbit passed, meaning large parts of the area were in shadow, the report said.
From Saturday onwards, 14 earth days or sunny days in the region of the south pole will overcome and begin the moon nights. During the 14 nights, the south pole will witness temperatures of over -240 degrees Celsius. At such an extreme temperature, the electronic components of the landscape are likely to be damaged and the last chance to supply solar energy will also be lost.


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