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Moon lander Odysseus tipped sideways on lunar surface but 'alive and well'

  • The Odysseus Moon lander, owned by Texan firm Intuitive Machines, made history by completing a soft lunar touchdown, resting on its side after falling due to landing issues.
  • Despite issues, the lander is in good condition with power and communication, carrying scientific instruments including an art project aimed at observations on the Moon.
  • Intuitive Machines plans for more Moon missions in 2024, with NASA's support, to advance lunar science and technology for a potential lunar economy.
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