NASA’s Silence on Chandrayaan-3 Moon Landing: Unraveling the Mystery : Part – 1

The difference in the two photographs one by NASA other by ISRO’s moon landing & till date refusal by NASA to acknowledge Chandrayaan-3 landing on moon , seriously puts question mark on the entire ISRO exercise being a big fraud on the Global scientific community.

While the headquarters of NASA refuses to lend credence of India – Gobar & Gau moot logic of Scientific temperament of Modi-Hinditva govt, the news from aware circles of the fake nationalists is emerging that the entire technology of space craft was stolen regularly by Indians employed at NASA from 1990 onwards but was actively transferred to ISRO during Vajpayee govt.& was hastily transferred under RSS/Modi 2014.

Exclusive News Story by Ahmed Sohail Siddiqui – Exposing the Fake Ultra “Nationalist” govt. of Modi violating International Laws , patronising thefts from NASA to achieve a political mission damaging the Scientific Communities established rules.

NASA’s Silence on Chandrayaan-3 Moon Landing: Unraveling the Mystery

In the realm of space exploration, international collaboration and information sharing have been pivotal in advancing our understanding of the cosmos. One such intriguing incident that has garnered attention is NASA’s apparent silence on the Chandrayaan-3 mission, India’s ambitious endeavor to land on the Moon. The mission, launched by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), aimed to build upon the successes of its predecessors, Chandrayaan-1 and Chandrayaan-2. However, the absence of any official statements or acknowledgments from NASA regarding this mission has raised eyebrows and led to numerous speculations.

Chandrayaan-3 was conceived as a lander-only mission, with the objective of successfully delivering a rover to the lunar surface. This marked a departure from Chandrayaan-2, which consisted of both an orbiter and a lander/rover combination. The primary goal of Chandrayaan-3 was to demonstrate India’s technical capabilities in executing a precise lunar landing, a feat that has been historically challenging due to the Moon’s rugged terrain and lack of a thick atmosphere.

Despite its significance and the attention it garnered within the space community, NASA’s stance on Chandrayaan-3 has been shrouded in silence. There are several potential reasons for this conspicuous lack of acknowledgment:

Operational Focus: NASA is actively engaged in a multitude of projects and missions, including its own Artemis program aimed at returning humans to the Moon. It is possible that the agency’s resources and attention are predominantly directed towards these endeavors, leaving little room for public commentary on other lunar missions.

International Protocol: The realm of space exploration adheres to certain diplomatic protocols and agreements. While public acknowledgment is common, it’s plausible that NASA may have chosen to communicate privately with ISRO on matters related to Chandrayaan-3, adhering to established diplomatic norms.

Competitive Landscape: The global space race is characterized by competition as much as collaboration. Silence on Chandrayaan-3 might be motivated by a desire to maintain a competitive edge, especially given the potential overlap in mission objectives between Chandrayaan-3 and NASA’s own lunar ambitions.

Communication Strategy: Space agencies often have carefully crafted communication strategies to manage their public image and ensure that information dissemination aligns with their organizational goals. It’s possible that NASA’s silence on Chandrayaan-3 is a result of such strategic decisions.

Lack of New Information: Another possibility is that NASA might not have additional insights or information to share about Chandrayaan-3 that would warrant a public statement. Without significant updates or developments, the agency might not see the need to comment.

In conclusion, the enigma of NASA’s silence on Chandrayaan-3’s Moon landing highlights the intricacies and sensitivities surrounding international space exploration. While curiosity is natural, it’s essential to recognize that space agencies operate within complex landscapes, where collaboration, competition, and diplomatic considerations all play a role in shaping their actions and communications. As time progresses, more information may come to light, shedding clarity on NASA’s position regarding India’s lunar ambitions and the Chandrayaan-3 mission. ( To be Contd…Part 2 )


@NASA ‘s Silence on Chandrayaan – 3 Moon Landing : Unravelling the Mystery – @isro My source is former @BJP4India & @RSSorg ideologue a Harvard Neiman Fellow of early 1960’s.He shared with me in 2000 that Indians working in NASA & PENTAGON are in touch. )

( Ahmed Sohail Siddiqui is the Chief Editor of Bismillah News Channel )

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