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'NASA analysing images of Chandrayaan-2's landing site'
LRO deputy project scientist John Keller shared a NASA statement confirming that the orbiter's camera captured the images.
Brad Pitt curious about Chandrayaan-2 moon lander, asks ISS astronaut if he spotted Vikram
The Academy Award nominee actor had a list of ques...
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 p...
ISRO, DRDO sign MoUs for Gaganyaan mission
Speaking on the occasion, Satheesh Reddy said the technological capabilities existing in DRDO laboratories for defence applications will be customised to meet the requirements of the human space mission of ISRO.
Chandrayaan, Mars mission man Annadurai a persona non grata at ISRO?
It is learnt that the heads of various ISRO centres would send a formal invitation to invitees chosen by the space agency's headquarters.
UK universities excited about India's New Education Policy, positive changes outlined: Steve Smith
Other issue that UK universities are keen to have a positive outcome on is the mutual recognition of Masters degrees by the two countries.
ISRO racing against time to salvage lander-rover part of Chandrayaan-2 mission
The Bengaluru-headquarterd space agency on Tuesday again confirmed that the lander has been located on the lunar surface by the on-board cameras of the Chandrayaan-2 orbiter which is circling the moon in its intended orbit.
ISRO says moon lander Vikram located by Orbiter
"#VikramLander has been located by the orbiter of #Chandrayaan2, but no communication with it yet," the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) tweeted.
Lendingkart’s COO resigns ‘to start up again’
With less than 2.5% stake, cofounder may become mentor for firm.
'Chandrayaan 2' becomes India's most-trending hashtag in nine days
India's ambitious lunar mission saw as many as 67,554 tweets.
Performance on Chandrayaan-2 orbiter front makes ISRO salvage pride
The 2,379 kg orbiter whose mission life was designed to be one year would now be able to function for almost seven years.
ISRO remains tightlipped on cause of Vikram's failure
Like Vikram, the ISRO too has gone into a silent mode, avoiding the media except for a few brief comments by some officials to select journalists.
Letting problem fester for decades is not a solution, says Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev on Article 370
What governments have done till now is kick the can of these troublesome issues for the next government to handle –– be it the problem of Kashmir, illegal migrants over even the Ram Janmabhoomi, says Sadhguru.
Pakistan's first female astronaut congratulates ISRO on Chandrayaan-2; says 'giant leap' for South Asia
Considered as the "most complex" stage of the country's second expedition to the Moon, the lander was on a powered decent for a soft landing when it lost contact.
'ISRO spirit' in country, moon mission has united India: PM Narendra Modi
India's mission to soft-land on the moon suffered a setback, with 'Vikram' losing communication with ground stations, just 2.1 km from the lunar surface during its final descent.
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