Scientists in India are elated at the discovery of a huge curry deposit on the surface of the moon.
Chandrayaan-1, India's first unmanned spacecraft has sent back stunning pictures of the popular spice, and scientists are 'over the moon' with excitement.
Mr Veryhot Poppadom of the Indian Space Agency says "For years now scientists have debated as to whether or not there was curry on the moon but now we have proof!"
"This is indeed a great day for India!, It's one small curry for the space probe but one huge Madras for mankind" he said, getting a little carried away by the occasion.
"Our Moon Impact Probe will now be directed to the area to bring back a sample to earth for analysis."
The Indian government launched the probe after it was discovered that world curry reserves were rapidly dwindling.
The popularity of the dish in many Western countries has led to a critical shortage causing some Indian restaurants and Takeaways to close down.
Indian economists warned of impending financial disaster if new curry deposits could not be found.