faced by ISRO during
Space Strategist, PK Ghosh, shared that one of the biggest challenges faced while landing Indian Spacecraft on the lunar surface was to get the spacecraft from a horizontal to a vertical position.
With Chandrayaan-2 failure and South Lunar being a secluded area pressure on ISRO was real to cover a distance of 388,545 kilometers from Earth..
Due to No Atmosphere at 100 KMPH altitude, controlling the speed during descent was a highly pivotal task.
Software Glitches between 30 KMPH to 100 meters, was the major concern. This was the only phase that led to the failure of Chandrayaan-2.