From "all is not lost" to "a broken dream", foreign media's mixed reactions to Chandrayaan-2
The New York Times, The Washington Post, The BBC and The Guardian, among many other leading foreign media outlets, all carried stories on Chandrayaan-2, India's landmark moon mission.
Chandrayaan-2 landing attempt will help India's future missions: Former NASA astronaut
ISRO's plan to soft land Vikram near the Moon's south ...
Chandrayaan 2: Mission's 95 per cent objective achieved, says Ex-ISRO chief
Nevertheless, G Madhavan Nair said the lander's contact-loss was ...
Chandrayaan 2 Mission: ISRO chief Sivan announces communication lost, confirmation awaited
ISRO Chief K Sivan has briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the status of landing of Vikram Lander on the south pole of the moon.Chand...
Chandrayaan-2 mission has 3 key components from Tamil Nadu college
Sona College revealed its Special Electrical and Electronics Drives Division supplied three products that are parts
ISRO panel to look into Vikram loss
Space agency’s attempts to communicate with the lander have been futile till date
Panel analysing cause of communication loss with lander: ISRO
Lander Vikram, with rover Pragyan housed inside it,lost communication with ground station on September 7 during its final descent
Chandrayaan-2 Landing: How Isro's Vikram, Pragyan plan to make history tonight
Landing softly on the moon is a complex task. Only 37% of such attempts have been successful, but these statistics are deceptive.
Search for Vikram on: NASA scientists analyse lunar images from orbiter
Scientists are analysing the images taken under harsh light conditions by the NASA Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera of the area where the Vikram moon lander is likely to have touched down on the moon.
Entire world on edge as Chandrayaan-2 readies to land on Moon: former NASA astronaut
Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft is set to land on the Moon anytime between 1.30 am and 2.30 am on September 7 (Saturday).
Isro scouting for a name to etch on lunar landing site
Isro top brass and key figures in the government are scouting for names that India can etch on the lunar surface if Vikram lands there as planned on September 7.
ISRO allows people to witness the giant leap 'Chandrayaan-2'
Biggest scientific glory awaits. Chandrayaan-2 is ready for take-off at 2.43pm. ISRO allows people to witness the giant leapISRO allows peop...
ISRO thanks all Indians for support after it lost contact with lander
"Thank you for standing by us. We will continue to keep going forward propelled by the hopes and dreams of Indians across the world!" ISRO tweeted on Tuesday.
We are proud of you, stay steady, best is yet to come: Modi to ISRO scientists
The Prime Minister was seen hugging and consoling ISRO Chairman K. Sivan, who literally burst into tears as Modi was about to leave.
Man behind Chandrayaan-2 lunar mission: A rocket expert who loves gardening
Kailasavadivoo Sivan is the son of a farmer from Sarakkalvilai village in Tamil Nadu's Kanyakumari district.
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