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Chandrayaan-3: Indian space agency Isro says no signal yet from Moon lander

  • The Indian Space Research Organisation is making efforts to establish communication with the Pragyan rover and Vikram lander to understand their wake-up condition, but has not received any signals yet. Despite this, ISRO has stated that it will continue to try to establish contact with them.
  • Due to certain reasons, ISRO has postponed the plans to reactivate the Pragyan rover and Vikram lander on the Moon to September 23. The Pragyan rover went into sleep mode on September 2, followed by the Vikram lander on September 4. When they were operational, they carried out several lunar experiments.
  • ISRO's goal is to make contact with the Vikram lander and Pragyan rover as a new lunar day begins. If they do not wake up, they will remain on the Moon as India's lunar ambassador. ISRO is determined to continue its efforts to establish communication with the lander and rover.
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