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Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter has life of 7 years, 95% of mission accomplished: Isro

IndiaTimes Saturday, 7 September 2019 ()
In its latest statement, Isro said, Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter was designed mission life for 7 years. The Orbiter's eight payloads will conduct remote-sensing observations from a 100 km orbit. "90-95% of the mission objectives have been accomplished and will continue to contribute to Lunar science, notwithstanding the loss of communication with the Lander," Isro said.
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News video: ISRO spots Vikram Lander on lunar surface, orbiter captures image | Oneindia News

ISRO spots Vikram Lander on lunar surface, orbiter captures image | Oneindia News 01:29

ISRO HAS FOUND THE LOCATION OF THE LANDER VIKRAM ON THE LUNAR SURFACE. THE ORIBITER HAS CAPTURED A THERMAL IMAGE OF THE LANDER. HOWEVER, NO CONTACT HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED YET..EFFORTS ARE ON TO REVIVE THE COMMUNICATION WITH THE LANDER. ISRO WAS PREPARED TO UNDERTAKE A SEARCH FOR VIKRAM OVER THE NEXT 14...

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