Reviving the Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover on the Moon: The Vikram lander and Pragyan rover have been dormant for 15 days, but ISRO experts are working day and night to bring them back to life because the sun will rise on the moon for the next 15 days. Scientists will try to “reboot” the module on Thursday and Friday. The mission’s chances, which have already been realized successfully, will be improved by this.
The ISRO team is hoping that efforts will be made to revive the equipment at daybreak on September 21 and 22. “We can only hope to see the instruments back in operation on September 22,” said Somnath, the head of ISRO.
Before dawn, according to ISRO experts, the instruments on Vikram and Pragyan were gradually turned off. On September 2, this procedure started. However, the solar panels were positioned so that they got light in the morning and the batteries of the module, which were powered by the sun’s light, were charged.
In order to survive after being subjected to temperatures of -200 degrees Celsius, “Pragyan and Vikram” must overcome a huge obstacle. The module can restart operations and resume its task of sending data from the moon over the following fourteen days, assuming the equipment on the lander survive the low lunar temperatures.
If all goes as planned, the command rover will begin to move after getting a feed. Later, the lander module will undergo the similar procedure.