According to ISRO's Chandrayaan-3 Mission update, "no signals have been received from them...
Digital Desk: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) made efforts on Friday to re-establish communication with the lander Vikram and rover Pragyan, which are located near the south polar region of the moon, to ascertain their wake-up condition.
On September 2, after the lunar night had begun, the lander and the rover were "safely parked" and placed in sleep mode. One day on the Moon is equivalent to 14 days on Earth.
According to ISRO's Chandrayaan-3 Mission update, "no signals have been received from them. Contact-making efforts will continue."
Earlier, the space agency had intended to restart communication today. On September 4 and September 2, respectively, the lander and rover were put into sleep mode.
The lander and rover's solar panels are anticipated to be fully charged shortly as daylight breaks and sunlight returns to the south polar region of the Moon, and ISRO will attempt to revive them and check their condition and functional capability.