The advanced moon lander ‘Vikram’ successfully separated from Chandrayaan 2 orbiter today, the Indian Space Research Organisation tweeted. “The health of the orbiter and lander is being monitored from the Mission Operations Complex… All the systems of Chandrayaan 2 orbiter and lander are healthy,” ISRO said.
On September 7, the rover – Pragyan – will roll down from the Vikram to carry out research on lunar soil.
According to #ISRO Vikram Lander successfully separated from #Chandrayaan2. Soon Indian vehicle will be on moon. Everything now is a new horizon for science in #India.— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) September 2, 2019
These are the moments which will make science a celebrated subject for coming generations. #History in making.
People tweeted about its success on the day of Ganpati Utsav. People believe that Science is making history and taking the growth of country to the next level.