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Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus probe beams home more moon-landing photos

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Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus lander has beamed home a few more photos of its pioneering journey to the moon.

Odysseus touched down about 190 miles (300 kilometers) from the moon’s south pole on Thursday (Feb. 22), becoming the first private spacecraft ever to land softly on Earth’s nearest neighbor — and the first American vehicle to do since since the final Apollo mission in 1972.


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