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Two weeks later: NASA has yet to find the Indian space agency's lunar lander

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2019/9/20 12:07:42     readed:116

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Data map (from: NASA, via)BGR)

We thought that LRO was equipped with powerful cameras and should be able to take pictures with enough clarity, so finding Chandrayaan-2 should not be difficult. Unexpectedly, the Indian lander was like a mysterious hour on the moon.

It is reported that the Chandrayaan-2 mission includes lunar orbiters, landers and small rovers. The Indian Space Research Organization has said it has been puzzled by the fact that it found the crash site on a lunar orbiter without disclosing the images.

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(figure from: NASA)

Of course, the failure of NASA LRO to collect relevant information may be related to the huge shadows that the sun projected into a large area of the relevant area at that time, which would cause the scene of the fall to become somewhat blurred.

In the face of difficulties, perhaps the ISRO will have to wait until the day the silent lander is reawakened to locate the remote crash site again.

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