Chandrayaan 3 confirmed the presence of other elements including sulfur on the Moon.

India became the first country to reach the South Pole by sending its spacecraft to the Moon last week.

Chandrayaan-3 rover sent the first measurements taken with its Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy instrument, the Indian Space Organization (ISRO) said in a statement.

Spot measurements confirm the presence of sulfur at the South Pole, the statement said.

The spectrographic analysis confirmed the presence of aluminum, calcium, iron, chromium, and titanium along with manganese, silicon, and oxygen, the agency further said.

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