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NASA photos show the crash site of India's Vikram lunar lander

engadget Tuesday, 3 December 2019
In September India lost contact with its Vikram lander just a mile above the Moon's surface, and now NASA has confirmed photos taken by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter show where it impacted. The actual discovery, however, has been credited to an am...
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