Altitude Measurement Issue Caused Lunar Lander Crash, ispace Says
After analyzing flight data, ispace believes that its Series 1 lunar lander crashed into the Moon because of an error in the spacecraft’s altitude measurement software. The Japanese startup attempted to land its uncrewed spacecraft on the Moon on April 25, but lost communications with the lander...
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