The people of China have greatly appreciated the scientists associated with the second lunar mission of India on the Internet and asked them not to give up hope and continue to explore the universe. Official media said this here on Monday. It is noteworthy that Vikram, the lander of Chandrayaan-2 of India, lost contact with the ground station on September 7 when it was at a height of 2.1 km from the lunar surface. An Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) official said on Monday, according to photographs sent from the orbiter’s camera, that it was a hard landing very close to the designated place.
The lander is there, its pieces are not broken. He is in a leaning position.
Many people in China told micro-blogging site like Saina Weibo not to give up hope from Indian scientists. The government-run Global Times quoted an Internet consumer as saying, space exploration involves all humans. It does not matter which country succeeds, it should get our praise and those who have failed temporarily should also be encouraged.