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US spacecraft Odysseus stops working days after tipping over on Moon surface

Odysseus, carrying six NASA experiments valued at $118 million, represents a significant step in NASA's commercial lunar delivery program.

This image of Intuitive Machines shows approximately 30 meters (98 feet) above the lunar surface before Intuitive Machines' Odysseus lunar lander lands on the south pole region of the moon.(AFP)
Published on Mar 01, 2024 06:24 AM IST

Intuitive Machines' Odysseus US Moon landing: Touch down time, how to watch

Intuitive Machines' Nova-C lunar lander, Odysseus, lifted off on February 15 and is set to touch down on the 22nd.

In this photo courtesy of Intuitive Machines, Odysseus passes over the near side of the Moon following lunar orbit during the IM-1 mission on February 21, 2024. An Intuitive Machines Nova-C class lunar lander is bound for the moon, where it will attempt to land near the south pole and carry out experiments that pave the way for the return of American astronauts later this decade. (Photo by Handout / Intuitive Machines / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT
Published on Feb 22, 2024 04:54 PM IST

Aditya-L1 data to start pouring in soon

A senior Isro official said that all the seven key instruments were activated in a phased manner between Saturday and Sunday

The space agency launched the spacecraft on September 2 (PTI)
Updated on Jan 09, 2024 02:55 AM IST

How is European Space Agency supporting ISRO's Aditya L1 solar mission?

Using its seven instruments, Aditya L1 aims to explore unanswered questions about our dynamic and turbulent star.

A graphic representation of ISRO’s Aditya L1 mission.
Published on Jan 06, 2024 06:07 PM IST

ISRO's first Sun mission Aditya-L1 to enter final orbit today: What we know

The Aditya-L1 spacecraft will be pushed into its designated orbit around 4pm on January 6 approximately 15 lakh kilometres away from Earth.

ISRO's objective is to place Aditya L1 in Lagrange Point 1 (L1) owing to the exceptional stability provided by this point within the Earth-Sun system. (File)
Updated on Jan 06, 2024 01:34 PM IST
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