Chinese citizens have posted on social media and appealed to ISRO scientists to keep their hopes up.
India’s second lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 is being appreciated worldwide. Now the citizens of China have also praised the ISRO scientists involved in this campaign. Posting on a Twitter-like Chinese micro-blogging site, he appealed to scientists not to lose hope and continue their search in space.
One user wrote, ‘Want to collect all new information about space. It does not matter which person or country has achieved success. Everyone should be appreciated. Those who failed temporarily should also be encouraged. ‘ Some users said that Indian scientists have put in a lot of effort and sacrifice to explore space, which is praiseworthy.
In a post on another website called Jihu, a Chinese user said, ‘We are all in the middle, but some of us are looking at the stars. If any country dares to explore more about space, it should be respected.
China Has Landed on The Moon
China is the third country to make a soft landing on the moon after the US, Russia. In 2013, it launched its first spacecraft Chang’e-3 on the moon. Chang’e-4 was launched in December 2018. In January this year, the plane landed on the part of the moon that was not visible from the earth.
Pakistani Scientists Are Also Praising
Not only this, scientists of Pakistan are also praising Chandrayaan-2 mission of India. Pakistani astronaut Namira Salim and former Pakistani scientist and former Minister of Science and Technology Dr. Ata-ur-Rehman took to Twitter to instruct the taunts on Chandrayaan-2. He said in the tweet that criticism of the ‘failure’ of India’s lunar mission is very wrong. Getting so close to the goal is a huge technological achievement in itself. Pakistan is decades behind them. Instead of celebrating India’s failure, we need to wake up and invest in space science. Wake up Pakistan
Lander Vikram is on The Surface of the Moon
Explain that the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) lost contact with Vikram Lander a few minutes before landing on the lunar surface. The lander was 2.1 km above the lunar surface when it lost contact with the ground station at ISRO headquarters in Bengaluru. However, ISRO discovered through a thermal image sent by the orbiter that the lander is present on the lunar surface.
Contact is Possible Only When Vikram is Completely Safe
ISRO official says that Vikram will be able to contact him only when all his organs are safe. Without it, contact again is very difficult. If it had a soft landing and all the systems worked, then communication contact could be restored, which is very unlikely. However, another ISRO scientist said that there is a possibility of contact restoration. ISRO had also previously connected with space vehicles. Vikram’s case is the same.