India becomes first country to land on the south-pole of Moon


Bengaluru : India’s moon mission Chandrayaan-3 has made a successful soft landing near the moon’s South Pole, bringing cheer to 1.4 billion Indians and propelling India to the elite space club. India has become 4th country after USA, Russia and China to achieve soft-landing on the moon. But India has become the first country to soft land on the south-pole of the Moon, which is the hot new destination since traces of water was found on moon. The touchdown took place at 6.04 pm amid huge cheers in the war room of space agency ISRO.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated ISRO scientists and countrymen for the historic achievement.

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