Chandrayaan-2: Nasa’s deep-space antennas sending hello messages to 'motionless' Vikram | India News - Times of India

The Times of India reports:
Highlights Nasa-JPL deep space network NEW DELHI: Besides Indian Space Research Organisation's (Isro's) last-ditch effort to establish a communication link with Vikram lander that is lying motionless on the lunar surface after a "hard-landing" on September 7, National Aeronautics and Space Administration ( Nasa) has also sent hello messages to the Indian lander on Moon in order to connect with it. Through its deep space network ground stations, Nasa's Jet Propulsion labortary had beamed a radio frequency to Vikram in order to establish a contact with the lander.
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