NASA Tweets to Appreciate ISRO and Offers Hand to Explore Solar System Together!

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On the midnight of 6th and 7th September, our hearts were broken. As ISRO lost contact with Vikram Lander of Chandrayaa 2, the eyes of every Indian was wet. However, we still need to appreciate the efforts of our scientists in ISRO. The mission is already 99% successful and we all are together as a nation.

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All across the nation, there is a wave supporting the Chandrayaan 2 Mission. However, at this point of time, a tweet from NASA is making it to the news. Let’s see what NASA has said about India’s Moon Mission, Chandrayaan 2.

While ISRO tweeted about India’s Moon Mission and it’s importance in astronomy. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) grabbed this opportunity to appreciate the efforts of the Indian Space Research Organization and its scientists.

NASA’s official twitter handle retweeted ISRO’s tweet and said,

“Space is hard. We commend ISRO’s attempt to land their #Chandrayaan2 mission on the Moon’s South Pole. You have inspired us with your journey and look forward to future opportunities to explore our solar system together.”

What is the current status of India’s Moon Mission Chandrayaan 2?

As of now, ISRO has already located Vikram Lander is trying to establish contact with it. It is noteworthy that landing on Moon isn’t an easy task. Further, it is noteworthy that no one has yet landed on the south pole of Moon.

Therefore, even NASA has appreciated the efforts of ISRO. Moreover, they are also offering help for our future missions. ISRO has raised the name of India in space research and even we should be proud of them.

A long way to go ISRO, we are proud of you.

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