Sidharth Burra Speaks About The Recently-located Vikram Lander

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Indian scientist Sidharth Burra speaks about Chandrayaan-2 mission and how the Vikram Lander lost contact with ISRO base when it reached close to lunar surface

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Indian scientist Sidharth Burra speaks about the Chandrayaan-2 mission and how the Vikram Lander was in contact with ISRO base and lost contact when it reached as close as 2 kilometres to the lunar surface. A Chennai based Engineer, after a close analysis of the before and after images released by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) was able to locate the debris of the crash-landed Vikram Lander. Speaking about the incident, Burra said: 

"Now that the Chandrayaan-2 mystery is solved, what is not solved is why did not the Vikram Lander soft-land and that will be known only after a much more detailed analysis."

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