The crashed Russian Luna-25 lander

Amaravati: Russia’s space agency Roscosmos has announced that the Luna-25 lander, which was launched by Russia on August 11 to reach the South Pole of the Moon before India, failed to land safely. It revealed that it could not land safely when it reached near the moon, communications with Luna-25 were completely cut off at 2.57 pm on Sunday, and no information was being received from it. A few hours ago, problems arose in the Luna-25 lander. Russia says an emergency has occurred in the rocket’s automatic station. After that, within a few hours, they announced that their experiment had failed. Communications with Luna-25 lander will be tried as far as possible. Keeping in mind the previous Chandrayaan-2 crash land, Chandrayaan-3 launched by India will land on the South Pole of the Moon on 23rd of this month. This time ISRO made many changes without any problems. ISRO released a statement that the second and last de-boosting of Chandrayaan-3 has been successfully completed in the early hours of Sunday morning. Vikram Lander, which has reached the moon, the only thing left is to land.. When Russia’s Luna-25 failed, the world’s eyes were on Chandrayaan-3.

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