Russia’s Luna-25 Mission Likely To Slip to 2023

Credit: NASA
The launch of Russia’s robotic Luna-25 lander to the Moon is likely to slip to 2023. The country’s first Moon exploration mission since the 1970s has already faced numerous delays during the past decade. But Roscosmos’ most recent schedule says the launch window for the 3,860-lb. spacecraft had been...

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