The Odysseus lunar lander’s payload included a 30-million page library

When Odysseus touched down near the lunar south pole at around 6:23 p.m. ET four days ago, tensions were running high. During the final descent, lasers meant to determine horizontal velocity and altitude stopped working, forcing ground controllers to switch to an untested NASA Doppler LIDAR landing system that was…Read Entire Article…

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