Search for the lander in this large mosaic centered on the targeted landing coordinates. Note this mosaic is quite large (28314 pixels by 57851 lines) with approximately 900 million illuminated pixels (1.25 meter pixels, 1000 meter grid, polar stereographic projection) [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Image width of 87KM, available in the below source link
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has taken a fresh set of pictures under better lighting conditions of the area where the Indian moon lander Vikram likely ended up and experts will be making a rigorous search for it.
LRO will next fly around the region on November 10 and it will be another good opportunity with favourable lighting conditions for pictures
"We don't want to tell anything on this one. After the landing date itself, our website had given that our own orbiter has located Vikram. We have already declared that on our website. You can go back and see...Our own orbiter has located the site of the lander," Dr Sivan told reporters on the sidelines of an event in Rajasthan's Kishangarh.
when I checked the ISRO website only a line of text is present " Vikram lander has been located by the orbiter of Chandrayaan-2, but no communication with it yet. All possible efforts are being made to establish communication with lander