Indian Space Research Programme(ISRO) took a big step towards the Moon by sending Chandrayaan-2, which consists of three parts – the orbiter, Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover, on 22nd June with the help of a rocket. While 35 kms high Vikram lander tried to land on the Moon surface.
On the way, 2.1 kms away from its destination, ISRO lost its signal. A few days ago, the orbiter located the lander on the Moon surface.
Following this, a thermal image (supposedly, released by ISRO) is circulating claiming to be the lander on Moon taken by a high definition camera present in the orbiter.
Investigating the genuineness of the image, it was revealed that the picture is originally an image of NASA’s Apollo 16. Thus, the information is proved to be deceptive.