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Vikram Moon lander: The anxious wait for a signal from lunar surface

FOXNews.com Monday, 9 September 2019 ()
Scientists in India are attempting to make contact with the Vikram probe after its nerve-wracking descent to the surface of the Moon last week.
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ISRO WAS ATTEMPTING TO SOFT LAND THE CHANDRAYAAN 2 LANDER VIKRAM ON THE MOON WHEN IT LOST CONATCT WITH THE PROBE JUST 2.1 KM ABOVE THE LUNAR SURFACE. TO EXECUTE A SOFT LANDING ON THE MOON IS ONE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT MANEUVERS. THERE HAVE BEEN 38 ATTEMPTS SO FAR TO SOFT LAND AN EARTH MAD EOBJECT ON...

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