India Stands United with ISRO After Chandrayaan-2 Setback: Inspiring Wishes, Memes, Posts Spread Positivity on Twitter and WhatsApp to Heap Praise on Scientist's Effort
Chandrayaan 2 setback Twitter reactions (Photo Credits: ANI and Twitter)

Indians stand united with ISRO, no matter what! We stand with ISRO chief K Sivan and his team proud and happy as ever. So what if Chandrayaan 2 mission faced a setback after the Indian Space Research Organisation lost communication with Chandrayaan 2 spacecraft? The spirits of Indians are high as ever. Although, ISRO lost the battle just inches away from the moon, it is still a win. The lander 'Vikram' was about 2.1 kilometres away from the Moon surface when the contact was lost. However, while PM Narendra Modi confronts the nation at this moment, people on Twitter and other social media platforms are saying that they are proud of ISRO and that they unanimously stand with the scientists. Keeping a positive attitude towards the setback, netizens are all about firm hopes. People are using social media to make sure that ISRO scientists and everyone behind the mission don't feel discouraged. Chandrayaan 2 Moon Landing: ISRO Loses Communication With Vikram Lander Just 2.1 km Away From Moon's Surface, Chairman Dr K Sivan Says Data Being Analysed; India 'Proud of Scientists'.

PM Modi took to Twitter to say to the scientists at the ISRO Centre that, "There are ups and downs in life. This is not a small achievement. The nation is proud of you. Hope for the best. I congratulate you. You all have done a big service to the nation, science and mankind. I am with you all the way, move forward bravely." And meanwhile, netizens are all about positivity.

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India Stands With ISRO

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Hopes Never Dies

Chandrayaan 2 Moon Landing: Communication With Lander Vikram Lost [Watch Video]

ISRO cancelled the press conference which was scheduled to take place after Chandrayaan-2's Vikram lander's touchdown. However, further information suggests that the lander "Vikram" began its final descent on the South Pole of the Moon at 1:38 am on Saturday. And reports have it that while the lander was moments away from making a soft-landing on the Moon surface, signals stopped.