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Sideways moon landing cuts mission short, private US lunar lander will stop working Tuesday

  • A private lunar lander named Odysseus, built by Intuitive Machines, is expected to end its mission due to a sideways landing near the moon's south pole.
  • Despite the landing mishap, Odysseus made history as the first privately owned U.S. Spacecraft to land on the moon in over 50 years.
  • The spacecraft's shortened mission duration raised concerns about potential scientific data loss, while human error in forgoing tests contributed to the outcome.
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