ISRO scientists are still in touch with Vikram Lander of their Chandrayaan-2. Contact with Vikram Lander is unlikely now. Because it is now night on the moon. At the same time, the Indian space agency ISRO has thanked the countrymen for supporting them even after losing contact with Lander Vikram in the Chandrayaan-2 mission. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) tweeted, ‘Thank you for supporting us. We will continue to move forward on the strength of the hopes and dreams of Indians around the world. Thank you for inspiring us to always touch the sky. ‘ Vikram Lander had a hard landing on the moon’s south pole around 1.50 am on 7 September. The time when Chandrayaan-2’s hard landing of Vikram Lander took place, it was there in the morning. That is, the sunlight started falling on the moon. The full day of the moon i.e. the full time of sunlight is equal to 14 days of the Earth.
That is, it will be night on the moon on 20 or 21 September. Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover, who took a 14-day mission, will complete their mission time. Today is 18 September, that is, there is little time left on the moon on 20-21 September. That is, it is evening on the moon. When the date of September 20 and 21 is in our calendar, then the darkness of night will be over the moon. If by 20-21 September somehow scientists of ISRO and other agencies around the world succeeded in contacting Vikram Lander, well, otherwise it can be assumed that contacting Vikram again will be nothing short of a miracle. . Because, the night will start on the moon, which will be equal to 14 days of Earth. There will be no sunlight in the part of the moon where Vikram Lander is. The temperature can decrease to minus 183 ° C. It is difficult to say whether the electronic parts of Vikram Lander will be able to survive themselves at this temperature. Therefore Vikram Lander will not be able to contact.