The first unmanned space craft to enter orbit has been found in the southern Indian Ocean.
The discovery is the latest in a series of discoveries by the Indian Ocean Search and Rescue Organisation, or ISRO, in the region since December, including the discovery of a large submarine that was previously believed to have been sunk by a Japanese destroyer.ISRO said the shipwrecked ship was discovered off the coast of Kerala in the Indian Gulf of Karnataka.
The ship was located after a team of ISRO scientists and experts had spent three days scouring the waters off the Indian coast.
The researchers found evidence of a life-threatening water leak, a small number of unexploded bombs, an overturned submarine and a shipwreck.ISROC said the discovery was made during a routine search and rescue operation.
It is the third time ISRO has found a craft in the Southern Ocean since December last year.