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No recent evidence captured by NASA found evidence of Chandrayan-2 landing during its most recent lunar orbit in the lunar region, where the Vikram lander made historic The landing attempt on September 7, the US Space Agency said, adding that the land could be hidden in the shadows. Chandryaan-2's treasurer had lost contact with the ground station when trying to soften the landing on the moon's surface.
"The lunar reconnaissance officer portrayed the area of the Chandrayan-2 landing site on October 14, but did not observe any evidence of the lander," Noah Edward Petro, a LRO mission scientist, told PTI.
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Mr. Petro stated that the camera team had carefully examined the images taken during the latest NASA Lunar Spacecraft (LRO) spacecraft and uses the change detection technique using an aspect ratio from a prior landing attempt to that acquired on October 14.
"Vikram may be in the shadow or out of the search area. Because of its low latitude, about 70 degrees south, the area is never completely free of shadows, "says John Keller, LRO's deputy mission scientist.
Last month, NASA said the Chandrayan 2 lander was
"Kander Chandrayan-2, Vikram, made an attempt to land on September 7 (September 6 in the United States) on small patches of lunar highlands between Simpelius N and Manzinus C. Vikram had a difficult landing and precise hair location the Czech ship in the high-altitude lunar regions has not yet been determined, "a NASA release said.
The US Space Agency also released photographs of the target landing site, marking the craters. .
Our Mission @ LRO_NASA presented the landing site of the Indian landing force Chandrayan-2, Vikram. The images were taken in the evening and the team was unable to locate the land. More images will be taken in October during a low-light flight. More: https://t.co/1bMVGRKslp Photos19459008 freedpic.twitter.com/kqTp3GkwuM Notes19659011 Learned – NASA (@NASA) September 26, 2019
The photos were taken from NASA's moon orbit September 17. The images were taken in the evening and the team was unable to locate the lander.
The lunar orbiter tried again to capture images during his flight in October under better lighting conditions. The LRO will fly around the region around November 10 December and this will be another good opportunity with favorable lighting conditions, Noah Petro told IANS news agency.
(With contributions from PTI, IANS)
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