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NASA credits Indian engineer for finding first crash piece of Chandrayaan 2’s Vikram lander

Hindu Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
The lunar lander crashed and cast much debris across, show new NASA images
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News video: Chandrayaan-2's Vikram Lander found finally after September 7th | OneIndia News

Chandrayaan-2's Vikram Lander found finally after September 7th | OneIndia News 01:38

SHANMUGA SUBRAMANIAN: 33-YEAR-OLD CHENNAI TECHIE WHO FOUND VIKRAM LANDER DEBRIS, SHANMUGA SUBRAMANIAN: AN APP DEVELOPER & MECHANICAL ENGINEER FROM MADURAI, CHENNAI TECHIE HELPS NASA FIND VIKRAM LANDER DEBRIS, NASA FINDS DEBRIS OF CHANDRAYAAN-2'S VIKRAM LANDER

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ISRO chief contradicts NASA, says our orbiter located Vikram Lander first [Video]ISRO chief contradicts NASA, says our orbiter located Vikram Lander first

Day after NASA released images of Chandrayaan-2’s lander Vikram, ISRO Chief K Sivan has said that its orbiter had located the lander before.

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 02:40Published

Watch: Chennai engineer explains how he spotted lander Vikram’s debris [Video]Watch: Chennai engineer explains how he spotted lander Vikram’s debris

After NASA’s LRO tweeted images of lander Vikram’s crash site, they mentioned that the lead was provided by a Chennai based engineer Shanmuga Subramanian.

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