When the lunar entrance was just 2.1 km away from the surface on Saturday, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) lander lost contact with the ISRO headquarters and Vikram (Chandrayaan-2). India’s Chandrayaan-2 was the focus of everyone around the world. Congratulations were also received from abroad for this mission. Prayers were also made to make sure everything was alright. However, at the last minute, all the Indians were upset. Although 5% of the missions were lost, 85% are still accurate. Still trying to get in contact with the lander, which if done right will make the mission a success of 100%.
This mission was very special and still is. In India, the aircraft was reported worldwide. Not only India but the whole world is praising ISRO. Foreign media has also provided positive messages about Chandrayaan-2. Below is the message published by foreign media on Chandrayaan-2.
American Magazine Word
The online version of American magazine Wired wrote about Chandrayaan-II’s landing, “A major push for India’s space program, but the mission is not over.”
The Washington Post wrote, “The lander of India lost contact while trying to land on the moon.” The article states, “This event will raise India’s space ambitions. American Daily continues, “Half of the 38 soft landing attempts on the moon (50%) were successful. India hoped that its Chandrayaan-2 mission would be the fourth country after the United States, Russia and China after China.
The New York Times:
The New York Times combines India’s engineering progress and decades of intensive development with its global ambitions. The New York Times wrote, ‘The orbit is on, and India is reduced to join some of the best clubs of the nations landing on the lunar surface.’
The French daily Le Monde noted the success rate of landing on the moon. It says, “According to the scientist, only 50% percent succeeded in this mission.” Le Monde began his article with the phrase ‘broken dream’.
According to an expert at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the website says, “Imagine a spacecraft ten times faster than an airplane and then slowly descend to Earth more importantly in minutes without any human intervention.
The British newspaper The Guardian wrote in the headline in its article, that India lost contact at the last minute of landing. It was also said, ‘India is moving to where the future of people will be in 20 years, 40 years or 100 years.’