The successful mention sent by India to the South Pole of the moon has confirmed the presence of sulfur and various other elements on the Moon’s south pole.
India became the fourth country to successfully land on the moon’s surface and the first to reach the South Pole by sending its spacecraft to the moon last week.
In the latest updates, the Chandrayaan-3 rover sent the first measurements taken with its Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy instrument, the Indian Space Organization (ISRO) confirmed in a press release.
According to the ISRO statement, Spot measurements confirm the presence of sulfur at the South Pole of the moon.
Besides Sulfur, there is also the presence of aluminum, calcium, iron, chromium, and titanium, along with manganese, silicon oxygen, and various other elements. The statement is explained further.