NEW DELHI - Indiam Moon mission "Chandrayan 2" sent to the opposite side of the moon by the Indian Institute of Space Research (ISRO) has been lost from the ground station.
The mission is believed to have failed. The mission cost 978 crore Indian rupees, which equates to 2130 crore Pakistani rupees.
According to the details, the Chandrayan 2 mission continued to work well throughout its journey, but when its moon landing "Vikram" started to descend to the surface of the moon.
It was only 2100 meters above moon surface when lost the contact.Since then, Chandrayan 2 has been disconnected. It is estimated that the Chandrayan 2 mission has failed.
The failure could not be tolerated by Narendra Modi, who was in the base of the ISRO ground, and he left immediately without talking to anyone. Modi ji's Twitter account, which has been tweeting a bit, has been completely silent since the tragedy.