Software problem blamed for ispace lunar lander crash


A software glitch kept a lunar lander from properly determining its altitude, leading to a crash on its landing attempt last month, Japanese company ispace announced May 26. The post Software problem blamed for ispace lunar lander crash appeared first on SpaceNews. (SpaceNews.com) More More

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