Person changes tyres of moving vehicle, people say, Lander will get fixed like this

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Published by Ricky Tandon on 16 Sep 2019

A recent video that was shared on the social media has gone viral and in the video, we can see that a person is trying to change the tyre of a moving vehicle. The person sitting inside the auto rickshaw is trying in an adventurous way to change the tyres of the vehicle while it is moving.

The person is sitting on the back seat of the auto rickshaw and we can see the one of the back wheels has already been removed.

At this time, a person comes in another vehicle and hands over the new tyre to the person sitting in the back and within few minutes, he fits the tyre. After fitting the tyre the auto rickshaw stops, and the driver gets out of it with utter delight and gratification.

The video has become viral instantly. It has been shared all over the web. A lot of comments also started pouring in for the video and the video really made everybody stand on their toes.

It is pretty clear that the people really liked this video and is quite evident from the way it went viral online.

There were many comments that were posted by various users and some users also related the incident with Chandrayaan-2.

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Repost @chandrayan2 Chandrayaan-2 lander Vikram intact, but tilted, near planned landing site. "We are making all-out efforts to see whether communication can be re-established with the lander," an ISRO official said.Chandrayaan-2 comprises an orbiter, lander (Vikram) and rover (Pragyan).The mission life of the lander and rover is one Lunar day, which is equal to 14 earth days. BENGALURU: The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is yet to reestablish contact with the Vikram lander, three days after the lunar probe made a “hard landing” during its final descent to the moon, according to scientists aware of the developments. The Chandrayaan-2 orbiter, which has eight instruments on board including a high-resolution camera that can take pictures as small as 0.3 metres across, has captured images of Vikram on the lunar surface. The lander was found ‘tilted’ close to its designated landing spot in the lunar south pole region, a scientist said, raising concerns that its communications equipment could have been damaged. “Our efforts to connect with Vikram have not stopped,” said an Isro scientist. “It is a huge task as we need to activate the power controls. The solar panels that will power the systems are delicate and we don’t know their status,” the official said. Isro chairman K Sivan was not immediately available for comment. An Isro spokesperson did not respond to calls. On Saturday, Isro had lost contact with Vikram — which is carrying the ‘Pragyan’ rover — when it was 2.1 km above the lunar surface. #VikramLander #ISROMissions #chandrayaan2 #ISRO

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Some users said that we can also fix the Chandrayaan 2 lander in this way and this comment was well appreciated by everyone and the comment also went viral.

Most of the users agreed to this funny comment and said that we can indeed fix the lander of Chandrayaan-2 using this attitude and method.

India’s Chandrayaan 2 was one of the most important space mission from ISRO and it almost attained its goal last week, but unfortunately it has lot contact with the scientists at ISRO. The team at ISRO is trying their best to reinstate the contact

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