ISRO President K Sivan told Bhubaneswar on Saturday that Chandrayaan-2 missions had achieved 98% of their target while working hard to connect with scientist Lander Vikram.
K Sivan also said that Chandrayaan-2’s orbiter is working properly and that scientific experiments are being performed properly. “We are saying that there are two reasons why Chandrayaan-2 has achieved 98% of the target,” he told reporters at the airport. The first science and the second the technology scale. Has achieved almost complete success in terms of technology. ISRO is focusing on another Moon mission by 2020.
He said, discussions are underway on future plans, nothing has been finalized. Our priority is the missionless mission until next year. We have to understand, what happened to Lander. A national-level committee comprising academics and ISRO specialists is conducting an analysis of the dialogue with Vikram.
We have not been able to contact the lander yet. As soon as we get any statistics, appropriate and necessary steps will be taken. One year was originally planned for the orbiter. It is likely that it will last seven and a half years. The orbiter is properly conducting science experiments. The orbiter has eight devices and they are all working properly.