ISRO chairman K Sivan said all activities related to the third lunar mission were going on smoothly.
The ground station lost contact with the Lander minutes before its touchdown on the Moon's South Pole early on Saturday.
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) continues to make all-out efforts to establish a link with Chandrayaan-2's 'Vikram' lander, now lying on the lunar surface after a hard-landing.
The ISRO is planning to launch Chandrayaan-3 probably in November next year.
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ISRO Chief Dr Sivan, however, added that no communication with the lander had been established so far. 'We are trying to contact,' he said.
The Vikram lander module attempted a soft landing on a small patch of lunar highland smooth plains on September 7.
India's attempt to land "Vikram" on the lunar surface suffered a last-minute setback when the lander lost communication with ground stations.
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In the end, it was the tail-end of the fifteen-minute period that proved to be tricky and the Vikram lander lost communication with ground stations.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, flanked by his security personnel, was moving towards his car when ISRO Chairman Dr K. Sivan approached him. It appeared that Dr...
Chandrayaan-2, a follow-on mission to the Chandrayaan-1 venture launched more than a decade ago, comprises an orbiter, lander (Vikram) and rover (Pragyan).
The images of the Moon were taken by Chandrayaan-2 at a height of about 2650 km from Lunar surface on August 21, 2019, ISRO said.
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