India has become the first country to successfully land a spacecraft on the moon's south pole.
Image: India's become the first country to land a spacecraft on the moon's south pole - next to where its previous attempt failed.
The successful landing was met with cheers and applause from mission control at Satish Dhawan Space Centre.
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Thousands of people across India crowded in offices, shops, homes and restaurants eagerly waiting to witness the outcome of the mission.
India's landing follows Russia's failed attempt, after their Luna-25 spacecraft crashed into the moon.
Previous attempts by India have also failed, with the south pole's rough terrain making landings difficult. »