Chandrayaan-3  Moon Landing Successful

India has made history by being the first country to successfully land on the South Pole of the moon. 

Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi praised both the people of India and the scientists behind the accomplishment. He mentioned that this day would be remembered by India for a long time.

The true challenge of the mission started during the final part of the landing process. About 20 minutes before landing, ISRO activated the Automatic Landing Sequence (ALS).

This allowed Vikram LM to take control and use its built-in computers and logic to find a good spot and gently land on the moon's surface.

According to experts, the last 15 to 20 minutes were very important for the mission's success as Chandrayaan-3's Vikram lander was coming down for a gentle landing. People in India and around the world were praying for a successful landing of Chandrayaan-3 today.

Considering the previous history of India's second lunar mission, which faced a failure in the final 20 minutes before landing, ISRO was extremely careful this time during the process.

Because of the significant danger to the spacecraft shortly before landing on the moon, this period is often referred to as the "20 or 17 minutes of terror" by many people.

Because of the significant danger to the spacecraft shortly before landing on the moon, this period is often referred to as the "20 or 17 minutes of terror" by many people.

Congratulations to all Indians and the Scientists community for this great achievement.