Japan’s SLIM Resumes Moon Mission After Glitch

Japan’s SLIM spacecraft, which encountered a power supply glitch after landing on the Moon on January 19, is operational again. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) resolved the issue caused by solar panel misalignment, allowing SLIM to resume its mission. The unmanned spacecraft aims to collect topographic data on Moon craters and contribute to exploring the lunar poles for potential resources like oxygen, fuel, and water.

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