Reportedly Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said the Rs 978 crore Chandrayaan-2 india’s first moon landing mission has accomplished 90-95% of the mission objectives even though the lander Vikram cannot be reached and its status is not known. Meanwhile in a statement, ISRO said "The success criteria was defined for each and every phase of the mission and to date 90 to 95% of the mission objectives have been accomplished and will continue to contribute to lunar science, notwithstanding the loss of communication with the Lander."
Furthermore according to ISRO, the vikram Lander followed the planned descent trajectory from its orbit of 35 km to just below 2 km above the surface. Apparently the space agency said the precise launch and mission management has ensured a long life of almost seven years for the Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter instead of the planned one year. Further ISRO Chairman K Sivan said the Orbiter has sufficient amount of fuel on-board for it to operate for seven years.
Moreover ISRO said Chandrayaan-2 mission was a highly complex mission, which represented a significant technological leap compared to its previous missions. ISRO said “The Orbiter camera is the highest resolution camera (0.3m) in any lunar mission so far and shall provide high resolution images which will be immensely useful to the global scientific community”.