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ISRO chief breaks down, Modi hugs, consoles him

ISRO chief breaks down, Modi hugs, consoles him
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Years of hard work literally came to naught for ISRO on Saturday after it lost communication with Moon lander Vikram, and no amount of words could put it right for the scientists at ISTRAC here.

Bengaluru, Sep 7: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday consoled and hugged , teary ISRO Chief K Sivan as he made his way out of the ISRO central command in Bengaluru.

The PM Narendra Modi addressed Many scientists and the ISRO Team behind India's ambitious lunar mission, Chandrayaan 2.

PM Modi stretched out his solidarity to the ISRO group and said that the nation figured out how to come as near the Moon's far side possible.

He praised the researchers for their exemplary work and boldness and requested that they not to lose hope.

Prior, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said in a tweet, "Normal execution was observed up to a altitude of 2.1 km. In this manner, correspondence from Lander to the ground stations was lost. Information is being examined."

The Vikram Lander successfully separated from Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter on September 2.

President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday welcomed Indian Space Research Agency (ISRO) Scientists for their "Exemplary commitment and courage " during the Chandrayaan-2 mission.

"With #Chandrayaan2 Mission, the whole team of ISRO has indicated commendable responsibility and courage . The nation is pleased with @ISRO. We as a whole trust in the best #PresidentKovind," President said in a tweet.

Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said that ISRO's accomplishment with the spacecraft so far has made each Indian glad.

"Leader Narendra Modi on Saturday embraced a passionate, mournful ISRO boss K Sivan as he advanced out of the ISRO central command in Bengaluru.

The PM tended to the numerous researchers and the enormous ISRO group behind India's driven lunar mission, Chandrayaan 2.

PM Modi stretched out his solidarity to the ISRO group and said that the nation figured out how to come as near the Moon's far side as would be prudent.

He praised the researchers for their model work and boldness and requested that they not to lose trust.

Prior, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said in a tweet, "typical execution was seen up to a height of 2.1 km. In this manner, correspondence from Lander to the ground stations was lost. Information is being examined."

The Vikram Lander effectively isolated from Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter on September 2.

President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday welcomed Indian Space Research Agency (ISRO) researchers for their "commendable duty and mental fortitude" during the Chandrayaan-2 mission.

"With #Chandrayaan2 Mission, the whole group of ISRO has indicated commendable responsibility and mental fortitude. The nation is pleased with @ISRO. We as a whole trust in the best #PresidentKovind," President said in a tweet.

Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said that ISRO's accomplishment with the shuttle so far has made each Indian proud.

"ISRO's accomplishment with getting Chandrayaan-2 so far has made each Indian Proud. India Stands with our submitted and dedicated Scientists at @isro. My all the best for future undertakings,.



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