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The presence of Prime Minister Modi at ISRO may have brought bad luck: Kumaraswamy over Chandrayaan-2



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Former Chief Minister of Karnataka, HD Kumaraswamy, has been controversial that Prime Minister Modi has brought "bad luck" to scientists of Indian space research Organization (ISRO) when he arrived in Bengaluru to witness the planned gentle landing of Chandrayaan-2's lunar-land Vikram.

"He came here (Bengaluru) to advertise that he is responsible for the success of Chandrayaan. When he entered the ISRO center, I do not know if it was a disaster for scientists, "said HD Kumaraswamy in Mysore.

On the 7th of September, the Vikram Lander was to land gently. Emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art…7805 & lang = DE Prime Minister Modi was present at the ISRO Pursuit Center in Bengaluru. It (the Moon Mission) was approved by the Cabinet in 2008/09 and the funds were released in the same year. Modi came here to claim he was behind the start of Chandrayaan-2.

He added: "Chief Minister (Yediyurappa), a Deputy Chief Minister and 2-3 Union Ministers accompanied him, but he asked them to leave the place and tell them that there was no need to be there , This is the condition that the government serves our people. "

A few minutes before the Vikram Lander's soft landing on the lunar surface, she lost communication with the ISRO ground station on Earth. While the ISRO chief said on September 7 that the lander was 2.1

km off the lunar surface, there were reports that the lander might have been 400 meters away when he lost connection to the station.

The Chandrayaan 2 Orbiter continues to orbit the Moon and study its surface. The orbiter has captured the position of the Vikram lander on the lunar surface and sent pictures home, ISRO said.

Source: The News Minute


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