Mystery of Chandrayaan 2: Vikram lander, Pragyan rover spotted? Techie awaits ISRO, NASA nod on debris lost in space

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As Chandrayaan-2's mystery continues even after a year post its launch, Shanmuga Subramanian, a Chennai-based techie and space enthusiast, has come up with his latest find after scanning debris lost in space. This time around, he's likely to have located the outer shell of the Vikram lander and also the Pragyan rover which has...

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