The Odyssey spacecraft has finally completed its mission on the Moon

The Odyssey spacecraft has finally completed its mission on the Moon


The Odyssey spacecraft has finally completed its mission on the Moon

Intuitive Machines

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American lander “Odyssey”, which is the first in 50 years landed on the moon, finally completed his mission.

He was not designed to live in the harsh conditions of a moonlit night, reported company Intuitive Machines.

On February 29, seven days after landing, “Odysseus” passed over into sleep mode.

“Before his batteries died, air traffic controllers configured Audi so that he could call home if the systems exceeded the manufacturer’s expectations.” – noted in Intuitive Machines.

On March 20, when there should have been enough sunlight to charge the batteries, experts began looking for a signal from the Odyssey.

“As of 10:30 a.m. CST on March 23, dispatchers determined that their predictions were correct, and the Audi power system was unable to make another call home.

It confirms that the Odie is gone forever after making its legacy in history as the first commercial lunar probe to land on the moon.” – the company said.

We will remind, the first photos from space “Odyssey” sent to the Earth still on the way to the Moon.

On February 22, he went down to the south polar region of the Moon. There he caught on the surface and rolled over on his side.

However, later “Odyssey” succeeded make and send photo from the moon.





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