Starting on Saturday, 14 earth nights will start at the South Pole, with temperatures below minus 240 degrees Celsius. At such extreme temperatures, the Vikram electronic components of the Landing Gear and the Pragyan Rover will most likely be damaged, and the chance of providing the lander with solar energy will be lost.
Since September 7, Isro unsuccessfully attempts to contact Vikram. Even Nasa has sent radio frequencies to Vikram using their Deep Space Network ground stations in California, Madrid, and Canberra, and has been trying to take pictures of the lander with their lunar "Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter" orbiting the lunar orbit. However, it appears that the US Space Agency has not received a positive response either because no data or images have been published.
When Vikram became the country's topic of conversation, the latest in its latest tweet, the Indian Space Research Organization (Isro) thanked the people for their continued support and emotional attachment to the mission.
"Thank you for helping us. We will continue to move forward ̵
Even PM Narendra Modi, who had comforted An emotional isro Chairman, K Sivan, advised Isro scientists shortly after landing not to be discouraged and move on.
After Friday, the focus will shift to the orbiter of Chandrayaan-2 and the experiments conducted on its eight advanced instruments.
Isro will also focus on a series of upcoming key missions, such as Aditya (Sun) L-1, Venus or Shukrayaan, Gaganyaan or the manned space mission Mangalyaan-2 (MOM-2), Indo-Japan (JAXA). joint lunar polar exploration, EXPOSat planet exploration, and indigenous space station programs.