Nagpur Police Urges Chandrayaan 2’s Vikram Lander to Respond, Says ‘No Challan’ for ‘Breaking Signal’
Chandrayaan 2 (Photo Credits: IANS | ISRO)

Nagpur, September 9: Chandrayaan 2's Vikram Lander is intact and lying tilted on the lunar surface. But the lander is not communicating with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). In an attempt to persuade the unresponsive moon lander, the Nagpur city police have tweeted a sincere request. The department while requesting Lander to respond said that it won't be "fined for breaking the signals." Nagpur Police Urges Chandrayaan 2’s Vikram Lander to Respond, Says ‘No Challan’ for ‘Breaking Signal’.

The tweet by Nagpur police has won many hearts on the micro-blogging site. The department said "Dear Vikram, Please respond. We are not going to challan you for breaking the signals!#VikramLanderFound#ISROSpotsVikram @isro #NagpurPolice." Chandrayaan 2: Possibility of Re-Establishing Communication With Vikram Lander Low, Says ISRO.

Tweet by Nagpur Police:

Within Minutes, Twitterati also Joined in With the Police's Prayers:

ISRO has found Vikram lander on the moon surface and efforts are going on to re-establish communication with the module. Although Vikram Lander is intact, it is in a tilted position.

"It had a hard-landing very close to the planned (touch-down) site as per the images sent by the on-board camera of the orbiter. The lander is there as a single piece, not broken into pieces. It's in a tilted position," ISRO Official told PTI.