At that time, NASA will publish all images collected by LRO. Noah Petro of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center said: "All LRO data under NASA policy will be made public. NASA will share any flight images of the target Lunar Ship 2 Vikram lunar lander before and after the landing site to support the analysis of the Indian Space Research Organization.
This is a good thing for space enthusiasts, but it does not really eliminate the suffering caused by the unfortunate crash to the Indian space agency. If the mission succeeds, it will become the fourth country in the world to achieve a soft landing on the moon - the first three are the United States, the former Soviet Union and China.
Reported spending from India, the lander may still be intact or even working properly, but the current situation is not optimistic because the authorities have not yet reached contact with the probe.