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FAILURE: ISRO GSLV MkIII-M1 / Chandrayānam-2 (Chandrayaan-2) Mission: July 15, 2019
Dungeness, post: 11878551, member: 172203 Wrote:Chinese may not have gutter version of "free media", but they have fairly high IQ, so they are capable of critical thinking, therefore they are decades ahead.

Had this been a Chinese project, and the head of Chinese space agency tried to peddle this obvious failure as a "95% success" like Mr. Sivan did, Chinese people would have pounded him so hard that he would have no choice but resign. BTW, what is the reason that ISRO is hiding the "thermal image of Vikram Lander" that Mr. Sivan claimed the Orbitor "Clicked"?

It is unfair to misquote chairman K Sivan! Indeed, do not belittle ISRO, as it is not 95% but a much higher 98% success claim, that is only 2% slightly short of a total 满分 success!

Quote:Chandrayaan-2 is 98% successful, Gaganyaan our next priority: Isro chief K Sivan

Sep 21, 2019,

Talking about Chandrayaan-2, the Isro chief said that the mission has been 98 per cent successful with the orbiter performing very well.

"The orbiter's payload systems are functioning well. Certain payloads in the orbiter are first of their kind. The moon mission is 98 per cent successful,” he added.

On failing to communicate with the 'Vikram' lander, Sivan said they could not do much about that.

Sivan, however, said that the life span of Chandrayaan 2 is 7.5 years. “Don’t you think it is a success? It is really a big success. Except soft landing of lander Vikram, everything was okay,” he said.

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