Intuitive lunar landers carry small NASA cameras to study the lunar surface

The lunar lander scheduled to launch next week will have a special set of four eyes to track how the spacecraft's drive shaft interacts with the lunar surface.

Intuitive Machines IM-1 Nova-C moon The lander is currently scheduled to be launched on a SpaceX vehicle Falcon 9 A rocket launched from Space Force Station Cape Canaveral in Florida on Valentine's Day (February 14) at 12:57 a.m. EDT (0557 GMT).

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