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The Intuitive Machines Odysseus lander imaged a crater on the moon ahead of its expected landing today. It may soon become the first private lander to touch down on the moon.
Intruding stars may have thrown Earth's orbit off-kilter in the past, causing shifts in our planet's climate, a new study suggests.
Tens of thousands of outages were reported by major cellular carriers throughout the United States after a pair of powerful solar flares erupted from the sun on Feb. 21 and Feb. 22.
Intuitive Machines will land its private Odysseus IM-1 lander on the moon on Feb. 22. Here's when and how to watch.
Intuitive Machines' lander, named Odysseus, will try today (Feb. 22) to become the first private spacecraft ever to touch down softly on the moon. But what is the lander carrying?
Intuitive Machines' Odysseus probe will attempt a historic landing near the moon's south pole this evening (Feb. 22), and you can watch the action live.
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A newfound asteroid the size of a bus will zoom close by Earth on Thursday (Feb. 22), but it shouldn't pose a threat to our planet.
Intuitive Machines' Odysseus mission is targeting a touchdown near the moon's south pole this week for a historic lunar landing. Why was this location chosen?
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