Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman K. Sivan has said that its own orbiter had located the crashed Vikram lander on the lunar surface. However, “ISRO will not refute the claims made by the NASA,” he said, speaking to media on the sidelines of the sixth convocation of the Central university of Rajasthan in Ajmer on Tuesday.
“You can see on our website that we have already identified the crashed lander, however, “We don”t want to refute the claims made by NASA,” he added further.
Sivan was speaking with reference to NASA”s claim made on twitter saying: “The #Chandrayaan2 Vikram lander has been found by our @NASAMoon mission, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. See the first mosaic of the impact site.”