Lunar lander "Odysseus" failed to "wake up" again. U.S.

private company "Intuition Machines" announced that the lunar lander has been permanently dormant. The lander was launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on February 15 aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. On February 22, OdysseUS rolled over during landing, but it has since completed multiple tests and sent back the data it collected. The objectives of this mission include studying the interaction between the lander's engine plume and the lunar surface.