The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has long been associated with brilliance in space exploration, from the vastness of space to the minute minutiae of satellite technology. Since its formation, ISRO has been on a mission that has not only advanced technological frontiers but also established India as a space exploration powerhouse. After touching down on the south pole of the moon, the Vikram lander from Chandrayaan 3 has released its initial photo. After touching down on the south pole of the moon, the Vikram lander from Chandrayaan 3 has released its initial photo.“The picture that was taken by the landing imager camera. A section of the landing location for Chandrayaan-3 is visible. A leg and its shadow are also visible. On the lunar surface, Chandrayaan-3 picked a reasonably level area, according to an ISRO article shared on X, formerly Twitter. Earlier, ISRO claimed that a communication link had been established between the Vikram lander and MOX, Bengaluru. Additionally, the Vikram lander provided pictures of the moon captured as it descended.