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Lunar lander Odysseus sends back first pics from its moon landing

  • The Odysseus spacecraft has captured new images of the lunar surface during its approach to the moon, becoming the first U.S.-made lander to touch down since the Apollo era.
  • The images were shared by Intuitive Machines, the company that developed Odysseus. However, communicating with the spacecraft has proven challenging, and contact is expected to be lost on Tuesday, earlier than hoped.
  • Odysseus landed within 1.5 km of its intended landing site, marking the furthest south any vehicle has successfully reached and established communication with ground controllers on the moon.
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