How an Indian techie helped NASA locate Chandrayaan-2's Lander Vikram
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New Delhi, Dec. 3 -- Over two months after India lost contact with Chandrayaan-2's Lander, the US Space agency has found its impact site and the potential debris on the moon.
Sharing images of the impact site on the lunar surface, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) said the Lander Vikram has been found by its moon orbiter - Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LAO). The images shows the Vikram Lander impact point and associated debris field.
However, this was only achieved after an Indian computer programmer, Shagufta Subramanian who studied the mosaic images released by NASA on September 26 and contacted the agency.
In the images, green dots indicate the possible debris of the spacecraft and blue dots locate the disturb...
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