ISRO's Lunar Landers in Rest Mode: Vikram and Pragyan Await Awakening

India's moon lander, Vikram, entered sleep mode following a successful hop experiment conducted by ISRO.

In-situ experiments were performed by various payloads, including ChaSTE, RAMBHA-LP, and ILSA.

Vikram Lander and the moon rover, Pragyan, will remain dormant until their solar power is depleted and batteries drained.

Pragyan rover completed its tasks, entered sleep mode on September 2, and was expected to be reawakened on September 22.