India's ILSA and the Mystery Beneath the Moon's Surface

India's Chandrayaan 3 mission has uncovered an intriguing development within the lunar landscape.

The Chandrayaan-3 lunar rover on the surface of the moon on August 30, 2023.

Let's get into it.

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A key component of this mission is the Instrument for Lunar Seismic Activity (ILSA), which has recently detected movement underneath the Moon's surface.

This groundbreaking discovery adds an exciting twist to our understanding of Earth's celestial neighbour. In this blog post, I will explore the significance of ILSA and discuss the potential implications of this unusual and enigmatic finding.

Introducing the ILSA Payload and its Technological Milestone:

The Instrument for Lunar Seismic Activity (ILSA) is one of the critical payloads accompanied by the Chandrayaan 3 Lander, representing a remarkable milestone in lunar exploration. It is the first instance of a Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) based instrument deployed on the Moon. This cutting-edge technology enables scientists to study seismic activities and provides valuable insights into the Moon's internal structure and composition.

Movement Underneath the Moon's Surface:

ILSA's recent detection of movement beneath the Moon's surface has left scientists both intrigued and perplexed and NASA is probably scrambling for the joke books. While the nature of this movement remains unknown, initial observations suggest that it could be a natural phenomenon. However, and that's a big it is crucial to emphasize that definitive conclusions cannot be drawn until thorough analysis and investigation are conducted. I understand that it's an educated guess but these educated guesses are only based on what they know and if I remember correctly this is a journey into the unknown!

Avoiding Preconceived Notions, The Importance of Unbiased Research:

In matters as complex as lunar exploration, it is necessary to approach discoveries with an open mind. The Indian ISRO space agency probably acknowledges this and tries to refrain from asserting predetermined answers but it's difficult because it's human nature. By avoiding premature conclusions, the scientific community can better embrace the spirit of exploration and engage in rigorous examination, allowing for a clearer understanding of the lunar phenomenon being observed.

Exploring Alternative Explanations:

Given the enigmatic nature of the Moon, it is understandable that some raise speculative theories, including the existence of extraterrestrial entities residing within a hollow Moon base. While it is essential to entertain various possibilities, it is vital to discern speculation from evidence-based research. Extraterrestrial claims require robust scientific verification, which necessitates thorough investigation and peer review. We can't just pick up a book and read about it and take it as gospel. Even if it's a truly ancient book or written on the walls in some ancient ruins. It's just words and while we're at it even if it's carved into stone and dug up in the desert we must rely on evidence-based science when I last checked a carved statue or inscription on a tomb wall (literally set in stone) does not qualify as science!

Addressing the Alien-on-Moon Debate:

Q: Are there credible claims of alien presence on the Moon?

A: No scientifically validated evidence has definitively established the existence of extraterrestrial life or an alien presence on the Moon unfortunately it's all opinions. Speculation is not a substitute for scientific inquiry. Claims of extraterrestrial involvement require rigorous investigation and concrete evidence before conclusions can be drawn. Even the NASA images are the kind that could be a rock or it could be a UFO. I'm putting my foot down because after researching a lot of information about this and other claims I'm afraid it's all conjecture and speculation with serious-looking people who have not one shred of evidence beyond "I know a person high up and he said." Blame Gaia for that lot.

Q: Could the recent movement beneath the Moon's surface be linked to extraterrestrial activity?

A: While it is an intriguing notion, it is crucial to approach such claims with scientific scepticism. Thorough research and unbiased study are required to determine the cause behind the observed lunar movement. I can't ask ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) to hold off with a speculation or answer and then answer it myself by saying it's Aliens can I that would be hypocritical of me. Let's just wait and see because this only happened at the end of August 2023.


The recent detection of movement beneath the Moon's surface (and sulphur) by ILSA has ignited curiosity within the scientific community and the general public alike. This discovery exemplifies the necessity of unbiased research and objective examination to unravel the mysteries of celestial bodies. While alternative theories exist, it is important to prioritize scientific validation, ensuring that explanations are grounded in evidence-based analysis. As an exploration of the Moon continues, more revelations are expected, further expanding our understanding of our cosmic neighbourhood.

ILSA's primary objective is to measure ground vibrations generated by natural quakes, impacts, and artificial events. What do you think happened and should we wait for information before we make our minds up?

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