Russia Adjusts Dates For Lunar Exploration Efforts

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MOSCOW—Russia has adjusted the dates for resumption of its Moon exploration efforts, an official says. The launch of the Luna-25 automatic lander is set for Oct. 1, 2021, Vladimir Kolmykov, head of NPO Lavochkin, told the RIA Novosti newswire. Spacecraft assembly is to be completed next March...

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