NASA satellite finds crashed Indian moon lander

NASA satellite finds crashed Indian moon lander

Nasa says one of its satellites has found the debris of India’s moon rover Vikram which crashed on the lunar surface in September. NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) snapped images of the crash site and its associated debris field, which were published on Monday. Nasa has credited an Indian engineer, Shanmuga Subramanian with helping locate the site of the debris.

Sandra
Sandra
Tin Ego
Tin Ego 4 months

Maybe India should concentrate on clean water, sewage systems and waste management and leave space exploration for another day.

michael zubas
michael zubas 4 months

nice to see them try. lets hope this inspires their populous. lets hope India overcomes the past, and forges a better future.

dutch news agency
dutch news agency 4 months

we are all still waiting for pictures of the LEM. still nothing after 50 years !! This proofs that Nasa was always lying about the moonlandings

Dave
Dave 4 months

womp womp

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