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16,500 Women And Men Worked On Chandrayaan 2. Meet The ISRO Core Team

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Chandrayaan 2 was expected to help India make space history at around 1.55 am this morning, when lunar lander Vikram was scheduled to soft land on the moon's surface, making the country only the fourth - after the United States, Russia and China - to achieve the feat. However, as the moment came and passed, the faces in ISRO's control room grew longer. ISRO chief K Sivan then confirmed what many suspected - that the agency had lost contact with Vikram.
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