On Wednesday evening, India became the fourth country to achieve a soft landing on the moon’s surface, following the footsteps of the US, the Soviet Union, and China. Moreover, it proudly secured the distinction of being the first country to successfully land a craft on the Moon’s southern pole. Following the impeccable landing of the Vikram lander, the rover Pragyan emerged from the lander after several hours.
During the power descent, the Vikram lander adeptly captured multiple images of the lunar surface. These images were subsequently shared by ISRO, showcasing a remarkable glimpse of the moon’s terrain.