New Delhi, Dec. 3 -- Ever since the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) released mosaic images acquired by its lunar orbiter, Shanmuga Subramanian had been constantly scanning them to find some sign of Lander Vikram.

A mechanical engineer from Chennai, Subramanian is quite actively engaged in developing cloud native applications and providing software quality assurances. But as on Tuesday, his bio on Twitter now reads, "I found Lander Vikram."

The first set of images was released by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter on September 17. "For the first few days I was scanning the images randomly, but there were a lot of false positives," he told the New York Times.

But when he compared the images taken by LAO in September...