Due to Vikram and Pragyan being inactive, the hopes of revival of Chandrayaan-3 have been dashed. news

Hopes of reactivation of ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 mission, including Vikram lander and Pragyan rover, have dimmed as they remained inactive after lunar sunrise on September 22. Chandrayaan-3, originally designed for one lunar day of operation, saw attempts to prolong its mission by entering “sleep mode” after completing scientific tasks. However, the challenges of lunar night conditions, including power loss and extreme cold, can lead to electronic damage. ISRO Chairman S Somnath said scientists would wait for a full lunar day (14 Earth days) for possible reactivation, the primary objective of which is to provide an opportunity to pursue in situ experiments.

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