India has achieved a remarkable milestone by successfully landing its Lander Module near the Moon’s south pole, solidifying its status as the first nation to do so. This historic feat has ignited celebrations across social media platforms, capturing the nation’s elation.
In the midst of this jubilation, a video depicting ISRO director S. Somanath dancing alongside colleagues has become a viral sensation. While it remains uncertain whether the video is recent or from the past, it seems to capture the spirit of the scientists celebrating their monumental achievement.
One user shared the video captioned, “Chief Dr. S. Somanath & team ISRO.” While many on social media believe this video was recorded during the Moon landing celebrations, others suggest it could be an older candid moment.
Nonetheless, netizens expressed gratitude towards ISRO scientists for elevating India’s prestige and showered them with praise in the comment section.
A user exclaimed, “As Chandrayaan touched down on the moon, it created a historic and spine-tingling moment. Kudos to ISRO! India is now the first nation to successfully reach the Moon’s South Pole!”
Another user commended, “They truly deserve this joyful moment. Dr. Somanath and the team are a source of pride for India.”
A different individual shared, “They have rightfully earned these celebrations, cheers, and applause.”
Extending appreciation, a fourth user conveyed, “Congratulations to Chief Dr. S. Somanath and the entire ISRO team for the triumphant launch of #Chandrayaan3! This accomplishment marks a significant juncture in India’s space exploration journey and is a testament to the team’s unwavering dedication and hard work.”