If NASA discovered the debris of the lander of the Chandrayaan-2 mission of India on the moon, then an Indian name is being discussed all over the world. That name is 33-year-old Shanmuga Subramaniam, who, after studying a photo released by NASA, told NASA that where did Vikram Lander fall?
Shanmuga Subramaniam is a mechanical engineer working as an architect in an IT firm in Chennai and also an app developer. Shanmuga is a resident of Madurai, but 12 years ago, he came to Chennai and started living.
In his college days, he once went to ISRO’s Rocket Launch Center in Thiruvananthapuram where he saw the rocket launching. Since then, he has been thrilled about the space in his mind. He has always been interested in rocket and space technology.
Shanmuga used to search for 4 hours every day to find Vikram Lander on the moon. He was very happy when he saw a white dot on the moon’s surface in a photo released by NASA.
Explain that the US space agency NASA has tweeted about Chandrayaan-2’s Vikram Lander that its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has found the debris of Chandrayaan-2’s Vikram Lander on the lunar surface.
According to the claim of nASA, the debris of Chandrayaan-2 Vikram Lander was found 750 meters away from its crash site. NASA released a photo of Vikram Lander’s impact site on Monday night at around 1:30 pm and reported that its orbiter had found three pieces of Vikram Lander.