Nearly three months after an unsuccessful mission to an Indian landing craft, NASA found debris from unmanned parts.
The Vikram landing craft crashed on the moon, but the main spacecraft remained in orbit.
The main spacecraft dropped the landing craft in preparation for landing on an previously undiscovered area of the moon. But contact with the spacecraft was cut off two kilometers from the moon.
NASA released a picture showing what it describes as a landing site and debris, which can be seen several kilometers away.
The Indian space agency had lost contact with the Vikram landing craft minutes before the planned arrival of the moon. The aim of the spacecraft was to study the surface of the Antarctic region of the moon, to analyze the Earth and search for water.