Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced on Tuesday that the Vikram Lander had been located by the orbiter of Chandrayaan 2.
In a tweet, the reputed official space organization, however, said that no communication has been made yet.
It said that all possible efforts are being made to establish communication with the lander.
India on Saturday missed by a whisker, its date with history and moon when the communication was lost with the lander by Chandrayaan 2.
However, India’s scientific efforts were hailed as it achieved 95 percent success and even NASA had lauded the works of Indian indigenous scientists on the same.