Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will have to wait another 14 days to establish contact with Chandrayaan-3’s Vikram lander and Pragyan rover.
ISRO Chief S Somnath said that it is not certain when the contact with Chandrayaan-3 instruments will be established.
ISRO shared an update saying that it made efforts to establish communication with the Vikram lander and Pragyan rover to ascertain their wake-up condition.
Up till now, no signal has been established.
It’s been three days since September 22nd, which has been the expected re-awakening date.
While the deep space antennae of ISRO and the partner agencies from abroad are peering at the moon to receive any signal emissions from the Vikram lander, there is no progress so far.
However, the space agency added that it would continue efforts to establish contact.