Even though the Chandrayaan-2 mission was unable to achieve a soft landing on moon’s surface, there is no denying the amount of hard work and effort that ISRO’s talented team of scientists and technicians put in. 


Space agency NASA applauded ISRO for their efforts and commended the team for attempting this journey.

NASA also stated that it looked forward to exploring the space together with ISRO. Along with NASA, several other international agencies also praised the scientists at ISRO for their efforts: 

Currently, the team at ISRO is analyzing the available data, and will attempt to re-establish a link for the next 14 days. However, as the orbiter is intact and circling the moon, the Chandrayaan-2 mission is still going on. 

It’s important to remember that space exploration can never be an exact science, and every mission only brings us closer to unraveling the mysteries of space. ISRO truly deserves all the credit coming its way.