NASA unveils lunar photos of possible debris of failed Japan lander

NASA画像公開 日本の月面着陸船か 日本の宇宙ベンチャー企業「ispace」

Kyodo -- May 25
NASA on Tuesday unveiled photos of the area of the Moon where a Japanese lander failed in what could have been the world's first lunar touchdown by a private space vehicle.

The images taken by the U.S. probe Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter captured at least four objects believed to be parts of the lander, a craft originally measuring 2.3 meters in height and 2.6 meters in width as developed by ispace Inc. based in Tokyo.

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said in a Twitter post that the orbiter's camera has imaged the impact site of the Hakuto-R Mission 1 lander, "which experienced an anomaly on April 26 during its landing attempt." ...continue reading

May 25 (ANNnewsCH) - NASA(アメリカ航空宇宙局)が月に衝突したとみられる日本の宇宙企業「アイスペース」の船について、散らばった破片を捉えた可能性がある画像を公表しました。  ...continue reading

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