#VikramLander and Chandrayaan2 trended on Twitter on Tuesday after a NASA tweet that its mission had located the Indian Chandrayaan2 lander Vikram.
A post on @NASA that “The #Chandrayaan2 Vikram lander has been found by our @NASAMoon mission, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter” garnered 4.3K retweets and 11.4K likes.
Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh retweeted and wrote on @DrJitendraSingh: “NASA says it has found the impact site and debris of Chandrayaan2”.
One user tagged @NASA and @NASAMoon and posted: “Great @NASA and excellent endeavor by @isro. Proud of your achievements and quite sure, next time it will be a spectacular one. All the best.”
One user tagged NASA tweeted and posted: “Don’t worry Chanda Mama, we are coming again to meet you, see you soon #Chandrayaan3. Thank you @NASA”.
Another user praised India-origin techie who helped locate the lander.
“Shanmuga Subramanian, a techie from Chennai, has made India’s greatest #SpaceDiscovery of #VikramLander. He uses lunar images from @NASA’s Moon #LRO Mission, studied them & locate the debris of #VikramLander. After authenticating the discovery #NASA confirmed & released…”
Another user urged NASA to “give credit to Indian engineer Shan@Ramanean who alerted you for confirmation”.