Indian Space Research Organisation on Saturday said that India’s indigenous moon mission Chandrayaan-2 is all set to land on the lunar south polar region on September 7.

Taking to Twitter, ISRO said, “Hello! This is Chandrayaan 2 with a special update. I wanted to let everyone back home know that it has been an amazing journey for me so far and I am on course to land on the lunar south polar region on 7th September. To know where I am and what I’m doing, stay tuned”.

The spacecraft will be the first Indian expedition to attempt a soft landing on the lunar surface. This mission will make India the fourth country after the US, Russia, and China to carry out a soft landing on the moon.

Earlier in the month, ISRO had released the first set of pictures of Earth that was sent by Chandrayaan-2.

Chandrayaan-2 on Wednesday successfully entered the Lunar Transfer Trajectory (LTT) after its orbit was raised further.

India’s second moon spacecraft Chandrayaan-2 put into earth orbit on July 22.

The mission comes 11 years after Isro successfully launched Chandrayaan-1 in, October 2008.