|Despite the communication lost with the lander Vikram
On the early morning of September 7, 2019
Ninety five per cent of the mission Chandrayaan 2 objectives have been accomplished
As the Orbiter module
Will continue to carry out most of the scientific investigations
for over 7.5 years instead of one year as announced earlier.
Indian Research Space Organization’s (ISRO) exploratory missions know no bounds
and will continue to dive deeper into the space.
Such space missions are more exploratory in nature.
They can neither be confined to the boundaries of success and failure
Nor be trivialized to premature celebratory blitz.
Instead, ISRO deserves accolades
for venturing in to an unexplored trajectory to reach south pole of the moon.
Though the lander Vikram could not land as planned,
We are on the moon, anyway.