After 11 failed attempts to land on the moon since 2013, India is now the first nation ever to voyage to the South Pole of the Earth’s only natural satellite.

According to reports, many scientists in India share a theory that the unexplored South Pole region of the moon may contain a significant amount of frozen water reserves. News of the record-setting operation reached media cycles in India shortly after the landing around 6:04 pm (local time), and it sparked countrywide celebrations from the watch party held by scientists in the city of Bengaluru to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who said the following during a visit to South Africa.