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This article was co-authored by Ronitte Libedinsky, MS . Ronitte Libedinsky is an Academic Tutor and the Founder of Brighter Minds SF, a San Francisco, California based company that provides one-on-one and small group tutoring. Specializing in tutoring mathematics (pre-algebra, algebra I/II, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus) and science (chemistry, biology), Ronitte has over 10 years of experience tutoring to middle school, high school, and college students. She also tutors in SSAT, Terra Nova, HSPT, SAT, and ACT test prep. Ronitte holds a BS in Chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MS in Chemistry from Tel Aviv University. There are 7 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. wikiHow marks an article as reader-approved once it receives enough positive feedback. In this case, 100% of readers who voted found the article helpful, earning it our reader-approved status. This article has been viewed 475,629 times.

It feels like homework never stops getting piled on, and keeping track of it all can feel a little chaotic. That’s where a homework schedule comes in. With a good schedule, you won’t have to worry about missing homework assignments or not having enough time to finish them, and it’s surprisingly easy to put one together. Not sure where to start? Don’t worry—we’ll walk you through what to do step-by-step below!

Setting Up a Homework Schedule

Step 1 Set a time frame for doing homework.

Creating a Homework Space

Step 1 Select your environment carefully.

Understanding What Needs To Get Done

Step 1 List all of the homework and activities that you have for that day or week.

  • The subject or course in which the work is assigned (for example, Spanish , algebra , French or English )
  • Know what you're expected to hand in or do and ask if you do not understand (for example, turn in an essay , develop a PowerPoint presentation, or take a test.)
  • The details of your assignments (for example, double-spaced or single-spaced, blue ink or black).
  • Page numbers (which pages you need to read, study, or refer to complete your assignment.)
  • Due date of the assignment.

Getting All of Your Homework Done

Step 1 Estimate how much time will be needed to complete each assignment.

  • To solve this problem, if you cannot meet all the deadlines, use a static priority rate-monotonic policy. Find the course that releases new homework the most frequently, and list it the highest (do the work first), and so forth. This is mathematically optimal among all static-priority scheduling policies. In other words, if ANY static priority scheme can meet all the deadlines, the rate-monotonic static priority scheme will meet all the deadlines, too. When the static priority scheme misses deadlines, it is deterministic - the lowest priority class assignments will be skipped, so it behaves predictably when you are overloaded. If certain assignments have the same due date, then start with the one(s) that are hardest or will take the longest.

Step 3 Break down your homework time.

  • If you have a five-page English paper due on Friday, evenly spread the total amount of hours you believe it is going to take to complete the paper between each day.

Step 4 Write in break times.

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  • Avoid distractions such as TV, video games, phone conversation, or surfing the internet. You must fully devote your schedule to doing this. That means turning off all electronics except your lamp , clock , and room light, and, if needed, your computer. You may even want to turn off your phone. Thanks Helpful 0 Not Helpful 0

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  • ↑ https://childmind.org/article/strategies-to-make-homework-go-more-smoothly/
  • ↑ https://kidshealth.org/en/teens/homework.html
  • ↑ Ronitte Libedinsky, MS. Academic Tutor. Expert Interview. 26 May 2020.
  • ↑ https://www.understood.org/en/school-learning/learning-at-home/homework-study-skills/homework-strategies
  • ↑ https://www.lifehack.org/articles/featured/6-proven-ways-to-make-new-habits-stick.html
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Odysseus lunar lander

Odysseus becomes first US spacecraft to land on moon in over 50 years

By Elise Hammond and Jackie Wattles , CNN

This is the NASA instrument that saved Odysseus' mission

From CNN's Jackie Wattles

NASA's Navigation Doppler Lidar.

Odysseus has now officially made history with its successful lunar touchdown — and none of it could have happened without some fast work from engineers on the ground and a breath-catching save from a NASA payload.

Before descent, Intuitive Machines, which developed the Odysseus lunar lander, revealed crucial pieces of the vehicle's navigation equipment were not working.

Fortunately, NASA — which considers itself one of many customers on this mission — had an experimental instrument already on board Odysseus that could be swapped in to make up for the malfunctioning equipment.

Engineers were able to bypass Odysseus' broken pieces and land using two lasers that are part of NASA's Navigation Doppler Lidar, or NDL, payload.

Here's how the NDL is described in IM-1's press kit:

The NDL is a LIDAR-based (Light Detection and Ranging) sensor composed of an optical head with three small telescopes and a box with electronics and photonics. NDL uses lasers to provide extremely precise velocity and range (distance to the ground) sensing during the descent and landing of the lander. This instrument operates on the same principles of radar, similar to a police radar detector, but uses pulses of light from a laser instead of radio waves and with very high accuracy. This will enhance the capabilities of space vehicles to execute precision navigation and controlled soft landings.

Odysseus is "upright and starting to send data"

After some intense waiting, Intuitive Machines, the company behind the Odysseus lunar landing mission, has confirmed the spacecraft is "upright and starting to send data."

That's a major milestone.

An upright landing potentially puts Odysseus in a better position than even Japan's SLIM "Moon Sniper" mission. SLIM was deemed a success as it made a soft touchdown , but later was revealed to have landed in a position that left its solar panels pointed in the wrong direction, causing that spacecraft to quickly lose power.

"Right now, we are working to downlink the first images from the lunar surface," Intuitive Machines said in a post on social media platform X.

Art in space: Sculpture hitches a ride to the moon on Odysseus lunar lander

From CNN's Jacqui Palumbo

Jeff Koons' "Moon Phases" is seen on the Odysseus lunar lander as it flies over the near side of the moon on Wednesday.

Exchanging the gallery space for a transparent box in  space, the American artist Jeff Koons now has one of his works of art on the moon .

On Thursday, a sculpture called “Moon Phases" hitched a ride on the Odysseus lunar lander as it touched down on the moon. It marked the United States' first landing on the lunar surface in more than 50 years.

The artwork depicts 125 mini-sculptures of the moon contained in a box, measuring about one inch in diameter. “Moon Phases" shows 62 phases of the moon as seen from Earth, 62 phases visible from other viewpoints in space, and one lunar eclipse.

Jeff Koons holds "Moon Phases" before it was attached to the lunar lander.

Each sculpture is inscribed with the name of a groundbreaking figure in human history, including Aristotle, David Bowie, Leonardo da Vinci, Gandhi, Billie Holiday, Gabriel García Márquez, Andy Warhol and Virginia Woolf. Koons “has drawn inspiration from the Moon as a symbol of curiosity and determination,” according to a statement from his gallery, Pace.

But the art market wouldn’t be able to do much with far-flung sculptures "exhibited" in outer space, so there’s a commercial component to Koons’ project as well. Pace Verso, the NFT wing of Pace, is also offering NFTs of each sculpture, while Koons has produced larger, coinciding physical sculptures of his “Moon Phases” to remain on Earth.

NASA reacts to lunar landing: "Great and daring quest"

NASA posted a reaction to the moon mission on social media, saying "Your order was delivered… to the Moon!"

"(Intutive Machines') uncrewed lunar lander landed at 6:23pm ET (2323 UTC), bringing NASA science to the Moon's surface. These instruments will prepare us for future human exploration of the Moon under #Artemis ," the space agency posted on X, the website formerly known as Twitter.

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson added during the webcast: "Today for the first time in more than a half-century, the US has returned to the moon." "Today is a day that shows the power and promise of NASA's commercial partnerships," he added. "Congratulations to everyone involved in this great and daring quest."

Applause and celebrations could be heard on the Intuitive Machines webcast of the event before the live coverage concluded.

CNN is standing by for additional updates on the spacecraft's status.

Odysseus becomes first US lander to touch down on the moon in over 50 years

Intuitive Machines mechanics, friends and family cheer after confirmation the lunar lander made a touchdown on the moon, in this still from the webcast.

The US-made  Odysseus lunar lander  has made a touchdown on the moon, surpassing its final key milestones — and the odds — to become the first commercial spacecraft to accomplish such a feat, but the condition of the lander remains in question.

Intuitive Machines, however, says the mission has been successful.

"I know this was a nail-biter, but we are on the surface, and we are transmitting," Intuitive Machines CEO Steve Altemus just announced on the webcast. "Welcome to the moon."

Odysseus is the first vehicle launched from the United States to land on the moon’s surface since the  Apollo 17 mission  in 1972.

Mission controllers from Intuitive Machines, the Houston-based company that developed the robotic explorer, confirmed the lander reached the lunar surface Thursday evening.

The uncrewed spacecraft traveled hundreds of thousands of miles from its Florida launch site at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center to the moon before making its final, perilous swoop to the lunar surface.

Odysseus: "Welcome to the moon"

The Odysseus lunar lander, nicknamed  “Odie” or IM-1 , is on the moon's surface and transmitting, Intuitive Machines CEO Steve Altemus just announced on the webcast.

"I know this was a nail-biter, but we are on the surface, and we are transmitting," Altemus said. "Welcome to the moon."

The exact state of the lander is not yet clear. But the company has confirmed it has made contact.

The Odysseus lander is "not dead yet"

Mission control is seen in this still from the livestreamed webcast.

Lunar landing missions typically offer moments of uncertainty. And though we're waiting for confirmation of communications, there have been some promising updates:

"We have an onboard fault detection system for our communications that after 15 minutes with lack of communication will power cycle the radios and then after that for another 15 minutes it will then switch antenna pairs, so we have some time here to evaluate," an Intuitive Machines flight controller said on the stream.

"We're not dead yet," they emphasized.

The company has also confirmed a "faint signal" — potentially representing signs of life from the spacecraft.

Intuitive Machines is troubleshooting communications after the expected landing time passes

The 6:24 p.m. ET landing time has come and gone.

Intuitive Machines knew it couldn't make contact with the lander right at the moment of touchdown, but expected to potentially have an answer shortly after.

It's now a waiting game to see whether Intuitive Machines can establish communications.

A good performance from Odysseus' engine

The webcast just announced that the engine is "nominal" — aerospace parlance for working as expected.

The spacecraft is functioning all on its own.

The expected landing time is 6:24 p.m. ET, though there could be wiggle room.

We could learn right at that time if Odysseus made a safe touchdown, or it could take a few minutes, according to the webcast.

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First U.S. moon landing since 1972 as private spacecraft touches down on lunar surface

By William Harwood

Updated on: February 22, 2024 / 9:58 PM EST / CBS News

Intuitive Machines' Odysseus lander  touched down on the moon Thursday after a historic, nail-biting descent following a last-minute navigation sensor malfunction, becoming the first U.S.-built spacecraft to stick a  moon landing  in more than 50 years and the first ever by a private company.

After delaying the final descent by one orbit to press an experimental NASA navigation sensor into service — and to test hurriedly-written software patches to route its data to the lander's flight computer — Odysseus settled to a touchdown at 6:23 p.m. EST near a crater known as Malapert A some 186 miles from the south pole of the moon.

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Engineers at Intuitive Machines' Nova control center in Houston expected it to take up to two minutes or so to re-establish communications after landing, but the expected signal was not immediately found.

Finally, a faint signal was picked up by a communications antenna in the United Kingdom, indicating the spacecraft had, in fact, survived the touchdown.

"What we can confirm, without a doubt, is our equipment is on the surface of the moon, and we are transmitting," Mission Director Tim Crain told the flight control team. "So congratulations, IM team! We'll see how much more we can get from that."

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson was quick to congratulate Intuitive Machines, SpaceX for the Falcon 9 rocket that launched Odysseus last week from the Kennedy Space Center, and the agency's own commercial moon program, saying they "aced the landing of a lifetime."

"Today, for the first time in more than a half century, the U..S has returned to the moon," he said. "Today, for the first time in the history of humanity, a commercial company, an American company, launched and led the voyage up there. And today is a day that shows the power and promise of NASA's commercial partnerships."

He concluded with, "What a triumph! ... This feat is a giant leap forward for all of humanity."

But a detailed assessment of the health of the spacecraft and its payloads awaited analysis of telemetry. Finally, two hours after touchdown, the company reported that "after troubleshooting communications, flight controllers have confirmed Odysseus is upright and starting to send data. Right now, we are working to downlink the first images from the lunar surface."

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The historic descent began one day after Odysseus braked into an orbit tilted 80 degrees to the moon's equator. During its fall toward the surface Thursday, on-board cameras and lasers were programmed to scan the ground below to identify landmarks, providing steering inputs to the lander's guidance system to help fine tune the trajectory.

But those sensors failed to operate properly, prompting Intuitive Machines to switch over to a set of NASA sensors that were on board as a technology demonstration. Those sensors were not intended for use during landing, but as the descent began, engineers reported they were operating properly to provide the needed navigation data.

About 12 minutes before touchdown, the spacecraft's main engine ignited at an altitude of just under 20 miles and a few minutes ater that, Odysseus flipped from a horizontal orientation to vertical, dropping straight down toward the surface.

As the spacecraft dropped below 100 feet, an innovative camera package, known as "EagleCam," built by students at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, was intended to fall away and attempt to photograph the lander's final descent from the side. NASA cameras on board the spacecraft will photograph the ground directly below.

By the time Odysseus reached an altitude of about 33 feet above the surface, the main engine was to have throttled down to the planned landing velocity of about 2.2 mph — walking speed for senior citizens. While it took longer than expected to re-establish communications after touchdown, the faint signal picked up in the United Kingdom was a relief.

"We copy you down, Odysseus lander!" the Goonhilly tracking station said on social media. "Congratulations to the @int_machines team and fellow partner organisations - we're 'over the Moon' to have played a part!"

We copy you down, Odysseus lander! 📡🌖 Congratulations to the @int_machines team and fellow partner organisations – we’re “over the Moon” to have played a part! https://t.co/WlNfZqQRrE pic.twitter.com/oX6FqgsvBc — Goonhilly (GES Ltd) 📡 (@goonhillyorg) February 23, 2024

Video from the lander's onboard cameras and the EagleCam could not be transmitted back to Earth in real time. Intuitive Machines' engineers initially said the first pictures were expected within a half hour or so of touchdown, but given the communications issues, those images were expected later.

The successful lunar landing marked the first touchdown by a U.S.-built spacecraft since the Apollo 17 mission in 1972 and the first ever by a privately-built spacecraft.

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Pittsburgh-based Astrobotic hoped to claim that honor last month with its Peregrine lander, but the mission was derailed by a ruptured propellant tank shortly after launch Jan. 9. Two earlier private moon ventures, one by Israel and the other by Japan , also ended in failure.

Only the governments of the United States, the Soviet Union, China, India and Japan have successfully put landers on the surface of the moon, and Japan's "SLIM" lander  was only partially successful, tipping over on touchdown Jan. 19.

Peregrine and Odysseus were both funded in part by NASA's Commercial Lunar Payload Services program, or CLPS (pronounced "clips"), designed to encourage private industry to develop transportation capabilities that NASA can then use to transport payloads to the moon.

The agency's goal is to help kickstart development of new technologies and to collect data that will be needed by Artemis astronauts planning to land near the moon's south pole later this decade.

NASA paid Astrobotic $108 million for its part in the Peregrine mission and another $129 million for the Odysseus instruments and transportation to the moon.

What's on board the Odysseus moon lander?

Odysseus was equipped with six NASA instruments and another six commercial payloads, including small moon sculptures by the artist Jeff Koons, proof-of-concept cloud storage technology, Columbia Sportswear insulation blankets and a small astronomical telescope.

Among the NASA experiments: an instrument to study the charged particle environment at the moon's surface, the navigation technology demonstration and the downward-facing cameras designed to photograph how the lander's engine exhaust disrupts the soil at the landing site.

Also on board: an innovative sensor using radio waves to accurately determine how much cryogenic propellant is left in a tank in the weightless environment of space, technology expected to prove useful for downstream moon missions and other deep space voyages.

Odysseus and its instruments are expected to operate on the surface for about a week, until the sun sets at the landing site. At that point, the lander's solar cells will no longer be able to generate power and the spacecraft will shut down. Odysseus was not designed to survive the ultra-cold lunar night.

Bill Harwood has been covering the U.S. space program full-time since 1984, first as Cape Canaveral bureau chief for United Press International and now as a consultant for CBS News.

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Odysseus lunar lander over near side of the moon

'Odysseus has taken the moon,' says Nasa

“What a triumph,” said Bill Nelson, Nasa’s administrator in a message following the landing.

“Odysseus has taken the moon. This feat is a giant leap forward for all of humanity.”

Today for the first time in more than a half century, the US has returned to the moon. Today for the first time in the history of humanity, a commercial company, an American company launched and led the voyage up there. And today is a day that shows the power and promise of NASA’s Commercial partnerships. Congratulations to everyone involved in this great and daring quest at Intuitive Machines, SpaceX and right here at Nasa.

Closing summary

The US returned to the moon for the first time in more than half a century, when the privately-built spacecraft called Odysseus touched down today.

Confirmation of the landing came about 10 minutes after touchdown, as flight controllers scrambled to pick up communications. “I know this was a nail-biter but we are on the surface and we are transmitting,” said Stephen Altemus, president and CEO of Intuitive Machines, the Texas-based company that designed and operated the lander. “Welcome to the moon.”

Here’s a recap of the Odysseus lander’s long journey:

Last week SpaceX’s Falcon rocket blasted off in the middle of the US night from Nasa’s Kennedy Space Center, dispatching Intuitive Machines’ lunar lander on its 230,000 miles (370,000km) journey.

The lander, a 14ft (4.3 meter) hexagon-shaped craft with six legs, was aimed towards a landing at crater Malapert A, close to the lunar south pole. Odysseus is carrying a payload of six Nasa science instruments and technology demonstrations as part of the agency’s commercial lunar payload services initiative. It’s also carrying some other stuff – including 125 of Jeff Koons’ miniature moon sculptures.

From the moon’s orbit, the lander used autonomous systems to determine the best spot to land, slowing itself down as it propelled toward the surface.

There were some unexpected glitches along the way –instead of using the primary navigation sensors as planned, the lander used a Lidar instrument provided by Nasa to guide its descent. The landing was delayed so that flight controllers could patch software.

There’s still a lot we don’t know about the circumstances of Odysseus’s landing. Flight controllers will work to analyze communications and learn more about the descent, and whether the Odysseus will be able to carry on and complete its lunar missions.

– Guardian staff

My colleague Richard Luscombe has more details here about Odysseus’s long journey:

The White House Office of Science and Technology has sent its congratulations:

Go Odysseus! We’re over the moon about the U.S.’ first lunar landing since 1972! Congrats to @Int_Machines and @NASA 's CLPS! As @POTUS says, "With science, hope, and vision, there's not a damn thing we can't do as a country." Welcome to the moon. https://t.co/J6K38We5wW — White House Office of Science & Technology Policy (@WHOSTP) February 22, 2024

Here again, is the moment the flight controllers confirmed landing.

Calling it a touchdown! "We're on the surface of the Moon and we are transmitting". pic.twitter.com/7YXS1e4I8E — Chris Bergin - NSF (@NASASpaceflight) February 22, 2024

More images are emerging of the control room staff in Torrance, California, as they anxiously monitored – and eventually celebrated – the Odysseus spacecraft’s journey from orbit to landing.

This frame grab from Nasa shows Scorpius Space Launch Company (SSLC) team members watching as the Intuitive Machines' Odysseus lunar lander approached the moon.

Employees of Scorpius Space Launch Company (SSLC) and their families and guests watching the landing from Torrance, California cheered as they heard news of the touchdown.

The lander used SSLC’s next-generation fuel tanks for the lunar mission.

This is a frame grab from Nasa, shows Scorpius Space Launch Company (SSLC) employees and guests reacting in Torrance, California.

Nasa and Intuitive Machines celebrate moon landing

Still, Nasa and Intuitive Machines will be celebrating the achievement.

Odysseus is the first American spacecraft to accomplish such a feat since 1972.

Your order was delivered… to the Moon! 📦 @Int_Machines ' uncrewed lunar lander landed at 6:23pm ET (2323 UTC), bringing NASA science to the Moon's surface. These instruments will prepare us for future human exploration of the Moon under #Artemis . pic.twitter.com/sS0poiWxrU — NASA (@NASA) February 22, 2024

The flight controllers aren’t done yet, of course. They’ll still work to glean more information, and confirm the circumstances of Odysseus’s landing, its current state, and whether it can achieve its objectives.

Flight controllers are still working on getting more information.

Nonetheless, it seems like Odysseus is the first American-built mission to land on the moon in more than a half century.

The Odysseus is on the moon...

“We are on the surface,” said Stephen Altemus, president and CEO of Intuitive Machines. “Welcome to the moon. Odysseus has a new home.”

Note: a previous version of this post incorrectly attributed the quote to mission director Tim Craine.

It is possible that the Odysseus has crashed… or that there’s a communication issue. Flight controllers are still trying to figure it out.

“We’re not dead yet,” was the call out from mission control.

We’re still standing by for confirmation. Controllers are going through the latest data that they’ve gotten from the lander. There’s possibly a communications glitch.

We’ve reached the expected time of landing… but waiting for confirmation.

The “hazard disturbance avoidance” process has begun. The lander is 1000m away from the surface.

The lander is making autonomous decisions about where to land. We’re less than a minute away.

Odysseus lander close to touchdown

The mission director just called out three minutes till touchdown.

There will likely be a slight delay between when the lander makes contact with the surface, and when we will get confirmation. That delay could be as little as 15 seconds or several minutes.

A reminder that there’s no human decisions being made about where to land. The autonomous system on the lander is scanning the surface for the best place to drop down.

The lander is feeding data to the scientists in the control room.

Everything seems on track so far, as the lander continues slowing itself down so that it can prepare for a vertical descent.

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'Welcome to the moon': Odysseus becomes 1st American lander to reach the moon in 52 years

Houston-based intuitive machines' lander is now the first commercial spacecraft to ever land on the surface of the moon, and the first american craft to do so since nasa's final apollo mission in 1972.

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For the first time in more than five decades, Americans have returned to the moon .

Well, American robots, at least.

A week after launching aboard a SpaceX rocket, the uncrewed Odysseus spacecraft gently touched down on the surface of the moon Thursday, ushering in a historic moon landing.

The lander – designed and operated by Houston-based Intuitive Machines – is now the first commercial spacecraft to ever land on the moon. The lunar landing is also the first by an American-built spacecraft since NASA's final Apollo mission in 1972.

"Houston, Odysseus has found its new home," Stephen Altemus, president and CEO of Intuitive Machines, said shortly after the landing at 5:23 p.m. CST.

The announcement of the landing came about 10 minutes after it happened following some communications challenges. Tension built as the team behind the IM-1 mission waited for confirmation with bated breath.

"I know this was a nail-biter but we are on the surface and we are transmitting," Altemus said. "Welcome to the moon."

What is the Odysseus lunar lander?

Nicknamed for the Greek hero of Homer's epic poem "The Odyssey," the Odysseus lander hitched a ride to orbit last Thursday aboard the  SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket , which launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.

Intuitive Machines built the Odysseus to carry cargo for NASA and other private customers to the lunar surface for its  IM-1 mission . Formally called a Nova-C, the lander is a 14-foot-tall  hexagonal cylinder  with six legs that the space company has operated from a mission control center in Houston.

A failed lunar lander attempt

Odysseus may be the first privately built spacecraft to reach the moon, but it's hardly the first to try.

In January, Pittsburgh-based aerospace company Astrobotic sent its Peregrine lander on a doomed mission to the moon that ended with the spacecraft  burning up in Earth's atmosphere  days later.

Shortly after the craft separated from the United Launch Alliance's  Vulcan  rocket, Peregrine's propulsion began  leaking a critical amount of propellant  that forced Astrobotic to abandon plans of landing on the moon.

Intuitive Machines lander's journey to the moon

Intuitive Machines encountered hiccups along the way – including temporary communication delays – but none so detrimental that it could threaten the mission.

After separating from the SpaceX rocket last week, it took the lander 48 minutes to reach its orbit before it established communication with ground control in Houston, Intuitive Machines said. An engine firing Friday  helped position the lander toward the moon and allowed flight controllers to determine that the engine burn and throttle systems needed to land were functioning as intended.

The successful tests set the Odysseus craft up to enter lunar orbit Wednesday ahead of its landing Thursday near the moon's south polar region. Scientists have long been interested in studying the south pole because of the water ice thought to be abundant within its craters.

Intuitive Machines is working with NASA

Intuitive Machines' lunar mission is part of NASA's Commercial Lunar Payload Services program, or CLPS.

The U.S. space agency has a budget of  $2.6 billion in contracts  available through 2028 to pay private companies to place scientific payloads on private robotic landers like Odysseus bound for the lunar surface. The success of Intuitive Machines in putting a lander on the moon will now pave the way for NASA to work with more commercial entities on future space endeavors.

As the primary customer for the Odysseus mission, NASA paid Intuitive Machines $118 million to take its scientific payloads to the moon. The instruments will collect valuable data for NASA as it prepares to send astronauts back to the lunar surface for its Artemis program for the first time since the last Apollo mission 52 years ago.

NASA's Artemis program mission delayed

NASA had intended to launch its Artemis II astronauts into orbit by the end of the year on a 10-day trip circumnavigating the moon ahead of a moon landing itself a year later for Artemis III. But the Artemis program missions have since been delayed by at least a year after NASA encountered a slew of issues, including a battery flaw on the vehicle that will ferry astronauts to the moon.

Once NASA is  back on track in the years ahead , the agency intends to send a crew to the moon's south polar region, where it will will lay the groundwork for NASA to establish a permanent human presence on and around the moon ahead of future  missions to Mars .

Contributing: Amanda Lee Myers and Mike Snider.

Eric Lagatta covers breaking and trending news for USA TODAY. Reach him at [email protected]

Highlights From the Successful Lunar Landing of the Spacecraft Odysseus

A mission from Intuitive Machines of Houston overcame last-minute difficulties that engineers had to work around. The company said the first privately built vehicle to make it to the moon “is upright and starting to send data” back to Earth.

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For the first time since 1972, an American-built spacecraft is on the moon’s surface.

For the first time in a half-century, an American-built spacecraft has landed on the moon.

The robotic lander was the first U.S. vehicle on the moon since Apollo 17 in 1972, the closing chapter in humanity’s astonishing achievement of sending people to the moon and bringing them all back alive. That is a feat that has not been repeated or even tried since.

The lander, named Odysseus and a bit bigger than a telephone booth, arrived in the south polar region of the moon at 6:23 p.m. Eastern time on Thursday.

The landing time came and went in silence as flight controllers waited to hear confirmation of success. A brief communication pause was expected, but minutes passed.

Then Tim Crain, the chief technology officer of Intuitive Machines, the Houston-based company that built Odysseus, reported that a faint signal from the spacecraft had been detected.

“It’s faint, but it’s there,” he said. “So stand by, folks. We’ll see what’s happening here.”

A short while later, he announced, “What we can confirm, without a doubt, is our equipment is on the surface of the moon and we are transmitting. So congratulations.”

Later, he added, “Houston, Odysseus has found its new home.”

But with the spacecraft’s ability to properly communicate still unclear, the celebration of clapping and high-fives in the mission control center was muted.

Later in the evening, the company reported more promising news.

“After troubleshooting communications, flight controllers have confirmed Odysseus is upright and starting to send data,” Intuitive Machines said in a statement. “Right now, we are working to downlink the first images from the lunar surface.”

While this venture was much more modest than the Apollo missions that led to astronauts walking on the moon, the hope at NASA was that it could help inaugurate a more revolutionary era: transportation around the solar system that is economical as far as spaceflight is concerned.

“I think it is a smart thing that NASA is trying to do,” said Carissa Christensen, chief executive of BryceTech, a space consulting firm, “which is to essentially create a competitive ecosystem of providers to meet its needs.”

Intuitive Machines is one of several small companies that NASA has hired to transport instruments that will perform reconnaissance on the moon’s surface ahead of the return of NASA astronauts there, planned for later this decade .

For this mission, NASA paid Intuitive Machines $118 million under a program known as Commercial Lunar Payload Services, or CLPS, to deliver six instruments to the moon, including a stereo camera that aimed to capture the billowing of dust kicked up by Odysseus as it approached the surface and a radio receiver to measure the effects of charged particles on radio signals.

There was also cargo from other customers, like a camera built by students at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla., and an art project by Jeff Koons. Parts of the spacecraft were wrapped in reflective material made by Columbia Sportswear.

Odysseus left Earth early on Feb. 15 aboard a SpaceX rocket. It pulled into lunar orbit on Wednesday.

The lead-up to the landing included last-minute shuffling.

After the spacecraft entered lunar orbit, Intuitive Machines said it would land on the moon at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday. On Thursday morning, the company said the spacecraft had moved to a higher altitude and would land at 4:24 p.m.

Then on Thursday afternoon, the landing time changed again, with the company saying that an extra lap around the moon would be needed before the 6:24 p.m. landing attempt. A company spokesman said a laser instrument on the spacecraft that was to provide data on its altitude and velocity was not working.

The extra orbit provided two hours for changes in the spacecraft’s software to substitute a different, experimental laser instrument, which had been provided by NASA.

At 6:11 p.m., Odysseus fired its engine to begin its powered descent to the surface. The laser instrument appeared to serve as a suitable fill-in, and everything appeared to be working until the spacecraft went silent for several minutes.

The landing site for Odysseus was a flat area near the Malapert A crater, about 185 miles north of the moon’s south pole. The moon’s polar regions have attracted much interest in recent years because of frozen water hidden in the shadows of craters there.

Getting to the moon has proved to be a tricky feat to pull off. Other than the United States, only the government space programs of the Soviet Union, China, India and Japan have successfully put robotic landers on the moon’s surface. Two companies — Ispace of Japan and Astrobotic Technology of Pittsburgh — had previously tried and failed, as has an Israeli nonprofit, SpaceIL.

In an interview before launch, Steve Altemus, the chief executive of Intuitive Machines, said he hoped NASA would persevere with the moon-on-a-budget mindset even if Odysseus crashed.

“It’s the only way to really go forward,” he said. “That’s what this experiment is supposed to do.”

In the past, NASA would have built its own spacecraft.

Before Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the moon, NASA sent a series of robotic spacecraft, Surveyor 1 through Surveyor 7, to validate landing techniques and examine the properties of the lunar soil. Those robotic landings allayed concerns that astronauts and spacecraft would sink into a thick layer of fine dust on the moon’s surface.

But when NASA designs and operates spacecraft itself, it generally seeks to maximize the odds of success, and its designs tend to be expensive.

The Apollo moon landings from 1969 to 1972 became a paradigm for a colossal program that tackled a problem nearly impossible to solve with a near-limitless budget — the proverbial moonshot — while CLPS seeks to harness the enthusiasm and ingenuity of start-up entrepreneurs.

Thomas Zurbuchen , a former top NASA science official who started the CLPS program in 2018 , estimated that a robotic lunar lander designed, built and operated in the traditional NASA manner would cost $500 million to $1 billion, or at least five times as much the space agency paid Intuitive Machines.

NASA hopes that capitalism and competition — with companies proposing different approaches — will spur innovation and lead to new capabilities at lower costs.

But even if they succeed, these companies face uncertain business prospects attracting many customers beyond NASA and other space agencies.

“It’s not obvious who those other customers might be,” Ms. Christensen said.

Intuitive Machines has contracts for two more CLPS missions, and other companies are expected to take their shots at the moon, too. Astrobotic Technology, the Pittsburgh-based company, has a second mission in preparation to take a robotic NASA rover to one of the shadowed regions where there might be ice. Firefly Aerospace, near Austin, Texas, has its Blue Ghost lander mostly ready but has not yet announced a launch date.

Why did the bill to NASA grow by tens of millions of dollars?

In May 2019, NASA announced that it would pay Intuitive Machines $77 million to send five payloads to the moon.

Intuitive Machines and other companies in its Commercial Lunar Payload Services program, or CLPS, have signed fixed-price contracts to deliver NASA payloads to the moon. Such contracts mean that if something goes wrong and costs increase, generally it is the companies, and not NASA, that would cover the difference.

But by the time Intuitive Machines made it to the moon on Thursday, NASA said it was paying the company nearly $118 million, an increase of close to 50 percent. What happened?

The main reason is that NASA changed its mind about where it wanted to go and how much it wanted to send. That is like remodeling your home and then deciding midway through the project that you want a fancier bathroom. The contractor is going to charge you for that.

NASA originally wanted Intuitive Machines send its Odysseus mission land in an easier-to-reach spot in the equatorial region of the moon called Oceanus Procellarum. It is a huge, scientifically intriguing dark spot on the near side of the moon.

However, with future missions that will take astronauts toward the moon’s south pole region, NASA wanted the Intuitive Machines lander to take an early look. Thus, NASA asked Intuitive Machines to change the landing site for Odysseus to a location near a crater named Malapert A, the farthest south that any lunar lander had targeted. That change cost an extra $28.4 million.

NASA also added almost $12 million to compensate for disruptions that companies experienced during the coronavirus pandemic and for changes in what it was sending on the mission.

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In a post on the social media site X, Intuitive Machines just announced that “Odysseus is upright and starting to send data.” The company said it is working on bringing the spacecraft’s first images from the moon’s surface to Earth.

Tim Fernholz

Tim Fernholz

The entrepreneur who helped start Intuitive Machines has more plans for private space exploration.

Much of the American space program is run out of nondescript offices in the Washington, D.C., suburbs. That’s where Kam Ghaffarian, the billionaire space entrepreneur, could be found recently on an auspicious day. Exactly 47 years before, he had immigrated to the United States from Iran. Mr. Ghaffarian, 66, sat at a table made of gently glowing white onyx, also from Iran.

Just a few weeks later, Mr. Ghaffarian’s company, Intuitive Machines, did something no private organization has ever done: Touched down softly on the surface of the moon .

Mr. Ghaffarian specializes in moonshots. His array of companies includes not just the one that sent a lander to the moon on Thursday, but also one building a space station to put in orbit around the Earth, another designing advanced nuclear reactors, a venture fund and a nonprofit studying faster-than-light travel technology. His projects are the kind that Silicon Valley frets about having given up on. They are bets on tangible technology, not software, where metrics like hits and clicks are replaced with the hard questions of physics.

And while bombastic billionaires like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos have captured attention for their efforts to launch futuristic reusable rockets, the lower-profile Mr. Ghaffarian’s companies have helped answer the question of what to do with them, becoming crucial in the increasingly close partnership between NASA and private industry. SpaceX’s key innovation has been building rockets that have brought down the cost of going to space. Mr. Ghaffarian’s firms are using those cheap rockets to commercialize space activity in ways that Mr. Musk’s SpaceX hasn’t pursued, while Mr. Bezos’ Blue Origin has yet to reach orbit.

Mr. Ghaffarian is a believer in that public-private model. “If you look at cars or planes and all of that, there were entrepreneurs who created that and changed the game, right?” he said. “What comes to mind is Henry Ford or Howard Hughes.”

In a post on the social network X, Thomas Zurbuchen, the former NASA official who helped start the program that paid for the scientific devices aboard Odysseus, called the mission “a huge initial success for the landing, a true space and commercial milestone.” He wished Intuitive Machines and NASA officials luck as they sought scientific results and data from the mission.

The next spacecraft heading to the moon could be from China.

After Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus lander, the next spacecraft to head to the moon may be Chang’e-6 from China, which will try to add to the country’s cache of lunar rocks and soil.

The China National Space Administration has announced that the launch is scheduled for sometime during the first half of this year. Chang’e-6 is essentially a repeat of Chang’e-5 , which in 2020 returned the first set of moon samples to Earth since the 1970s, though they were from a different part of the moon.

Chang’e-5 landed at Mons Rümker, a volcanic plain on the near side of the moon. Mons Rümker is much younger than the sites investigated by NASA’s Apollo astronauts and the Soviet Union’s Luna robotic landers, which also returned rock samples to Earth. Planetary samples were keen to perform precise dating based on radioactive elements in the rocks. Using that data helps calibrate techniques for estimating the ages of geological surfaces on planets, moons and asteroids throughout the solar system.

The destination for Chang’e-6 is a spot on the far side of the moon within the 1,500-mile-wide South Pole-Aitken basin, the scar of an immense impact more than 4 billion years ago. Planetary scientists speculate that the impact might have been so violent that some of the moon’s mantle, usually located miles under the crust, could have been ejected onto the surface.

Chinese scientists expect to find rocks of a wide range of ages at the landing site.

China has more ambitious moon plans. It has announced that it is aiming to land its astronauts on the moon by 2030 and that it wants to build a lunar base near the south pole. So far, all of the Chinese lunar missions have succeeded — a stark contrast to the struggles of others aiming to land on the moon.

There are more private landers headed to the moon.

Whatever the state of Intuitive Machines’ spacecraft on the surface of the moon, it certainly will not be the last private company to try to get there. In fact, following this mission, it may even be the next company to try again.

A second Intuitive Machines mission aims to send a lander of the same design as Odysseus to another site near the south pole, not far from the 13-mile-wide Shackleton Crater, where water ice may be found below the surface. This lander, which is also part of NASA’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services program, will carry three technology demonstrations for NASA, including a drill that will attempt to bore three feet into the ground.

Ispace, a Japanese company, failed on its first landing attempt in 2023. Its second moon mission will uses a lander nearly identical to the one that crashed, with fixes to its software to avoid another crash. It will carry a small rover.

Astrobotic, which tried and failed to reach the moon earlier this year, is currently scheduled to carry VIPER, a NASA rover costing more than $400 million, to the south pole region later in 2024. Given that VIPER requires a new, larger lander and that Astrobotic remains unproven at landing on the moon, NASA could decide to delay the mission, which will play a key role in exploring the permanently shadowed craters before its astronauts explore them during future missions.

Another company joining the rush to the moon is Firefly of Cedar Park, Texas. It is planning to launch its Blue Ghost lunar lander on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket in the middle of this year.

As with the Intuitive Machines mission, NASA is the primary customer for the Firefly flight, paying Firefly at least $93 million under the CLPS program to take 10 instruments weighing about 330 pounds to Mare Crisium, a dark volcanic plain on the near side of the moon.

Mr. Crain said Odysseus is definitely on the moon and operating but it remains to be seen whether the mission can achieve its objectives.

Tim Crain, the chief technology officer who is leading mission control, said, “We’re not dead yet,” referencing a line from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. He said they are receiving a faint signal from the spacecraft’s high-gain antenna.

It’s possible that Odysseus has crashed. It’s also possible there’s just a communications glitch.

Flight controllers are going through the last data they received, looking for clues about whether it’s a communications glitch or a more serious issue. Three minutes have passed since the expected landing time.

Still waiting to hear from the spacecraft.

A short interruption in communications was expected.

The expected time of landing has come and passed. Now flight controllers wait for the spacecraft to get back in touch.

The lander is deciding where it will land. Less than one minute.

The lander has performed the “pitchover” maneuver to a vertical orientation needed for a safe landing

There is a long pause after a request for the altitude.

Two minutes until touchdown.

Three minutes until landing time.

Even if the landing is successful, it’ll take a little bit — from 15 seconds to several minutes — before confirmation that it is safe on the surface. A short hiccup in communications after landing would not be necessarily worrisome.

The propulsion system is operating properly.

10 minutes until planned landing time.

Everything seems to be going well so far as we watch an animation of the landing.

The Odysseus lander has started its power descent. This is a 11-minute engine burn to slow down from 4,000 miles per hour. It is now on a path of no return to the lunar surface.

A mixed record for moon landings this year.

So far in 2024, humanity is one-for-two when it comes to landings of robotic spacecraft on the moon, though even the successful one, by JAXA, the Japanese space agency, was not quite perfect.

The Japanese spacecraft, Smart Lander for Investigating Moon, or SLIM, launched in September. Taking a long, slow but fuel-efficient path to the moon, it fired its engines to head to the surface on Jan. 19.

The main mission of SLIM was to test a vision-based navigation system and efficient computing algorithms, each designed to set the spacecraft within about 100 yards of a desired landing site. That is much better accuracy than technology on earlier spacecraft, where the uncertainty could be many miles.

JAXA officials said that SLIM’s technology appears to have met its objectives for a precision landing, with the spacecraft arriving intact at the surface. Japan thus became the fifth nation to successfully put a spacecraft on the moon.

But, just before landing, about 150 feet above the lunar surface, one of SLIM’s two main engines appears to have failed. The other engine attempted to compensate, but SLIM ended up tipping into an awkward position, with its engine nozzle pointed upward to space.

SLIM was still able to send radio signals back to Earth, telling JAXA officials that it had arrived. But its solar panels were facing the wrong direction, away from the sun, and the battery ran out of power less than three hours after landing.

As the sun shifted and struck its solar panels nine Earth days later, SLIM revived. The spacecraft was able to take some photographs and perform some measurements on nearby rocks before the sun set and SLIM again fell silent.

Another mission’s outcome was more clear-cut.

On Jan. 8, a lunar lander built by Astrobotic Technology of Pittsburgh headed to space carrying payloads for NASA, much like Intuitive Machines’s lander. But soon after it separated from its rocket, the lander suffered a major malfunction of its propulsion system.

As a result, it never even got close to the moon. Instead, when it swung back toward Earth, it ended up burning up in the atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean.

Intuitive Machines said the original laser instrument it planned to rely on for guidance during descent is not working. The two-hour delay from the extra orbit allowed the uploading of updated software to use a LIDAR instrument provided by NASA instead. NASA's LIDAR instrument was intended to be experimental, not operational but it turns out to be a very handy backup.

What will happen as Odysseus tries to land on the moon.

Intuitive Machines had a landing plan for Odysseus that it announced in recent weeks. In the past day, that plan has changed substantially.

It started with an engine burn last night, which shifted the spacecraft to an elliptical orbit.

That adjusted orbit moved up the landing time but then flight controllers decided to make an extra orbit around the moon, pushing the landing time back by two hours.

At 6:11 p.m. Eastern time, the engine on Odysseus will start up again, and the spacecraft will begin its powered descent, slowing itself down. This will be the point of no return, and the spacecraft will be operating entirely on its own.

At 6:22 p.m., it will pivot to a vertical position.

Odysseus will track its position through a camera, matching the patterns of craters with stored maps and measuring its altitude. During the broadcast covering the landing, an Intuitive Machines spokesman said flight controllers decided to use a NASA lidar instrument to provide guidance and navigation during descent instead of a laser altimeter on the spacecraft.

Sensors will look for a safe spot, away from boulders and steep slopes.

For the last 50 feet or so of the descent, Odysseus will rely solely on its inertial measurement units, which act as the spacecraft’s inner ear, measuring the forces of acceleration. It will stop using the camera and the altitude-measuring laser to avoid being fooled by dust kicked up by the engine’s exhaust.

Intuitive Machines expects a 15-second delay after touchdown before it will be able to determine whether it is the first private company to land successfully on the moon.

It should be 6:24 p.m.

NASA and Intuitive Machines have started a joint video stream from Houston, where the company has its headquarters. You can watch it in the video player embedded above, and watch Times journalists here for analysis of the moon landing attempt over the next 90 minutes.

Intuitive Machines has not publicly given a reason about why it decided Odysseus needed to make an extra orbit around the moon, delaying the landing by two hours. This is pure speculation but it’s conceivable that the additional orbit would pass closer to the desired landing site, or perhaps flight controllers felt they needed more time for preparations or troubleshooting. There is no downside to waiting a little bit longer.

How Odysseus will take selfies while it lands.

When Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus lander is still about 100 feet over the surface of the moon, it will eject a small box.

That box is EagleCam, a system of cameras built by students at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla. As it falls to the surface, the device will snap photos of Odysseus landing on the moon's surface — a sort of space selfie.

If it works, it will be the first student-built project to operate on the moon.

The $350,000 project resulted from a visit to Embry-Riddle in 2019 by the chief executive of Intuitive Machines, Steve Altemus, who is an alumnus of the university.

Mr. Altemus challenged the students to build a payload “with the goal of taking the first third-person view of a spacecraft landing,” said Troy Henderson, a professor of aerospace engineering. “So that was the starting point.”

During the final descent of Odysseus on Thursday, a spring will push EagleCam away from the spacecraft, and as the instrument falls — it will track its motion but lacks any propulsion to turn or move itself — three cameras with wide fields of view will be taking pictures.

“No matter what happens, if we slide or tumble or anything like that, one of those three cameras will see the lander,” Dr. Henderson said.

Even after EagleCam hits the ground at about 25 miles per hour, it should continue taking photographs. The students performed drop tests of a model of EagleCam into a sand pit with several inches of material simulating lunar soil on top. The test version survived.

“We’re pretty confident that we’ll be OK,” Dr. Henderson said.

One key to the success of EagleCam is that Odysseus has to land in operating condition, too. The Embry-Riddle device will send the photos to the lander, which will then relay them to Earth.

It was not a simple project.

“We were in the throes of design during Covid,” said Christopher Hayes, a doctoral student who served as the lead engineer for EagleCam. “So how did we adapt to design a camera that was going to the moon while we were all on Zoom at our houses?”

The pandemic disrupted supply chains, adding more challenges. “We actually ordered a pack of screws from a company, and it came in nine months later,” Mr. Hayes recalled. “Some of our initial budgets were off.”

There was also continual turnover as students graduated. “Then we had to kind of backfill and make sure that the new students knew what they were doing,” Mr. Hayes said.

As landing approached, Mr. Hayes said he was excited and confident. “There’s a peace knowing that it’s kind of out of our hands now,” he said. “We just have to trust the system to do what it’s built to do.”

Within a few hours after landing, Mr. Hayes expects to find out how EagleCam did and, he hopes, see the photos it took.

A quick flight to the moon for Odysseus.

On Feb. 15, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket sent Odysseus on a trajectory toward the moon. The journey was short by the standards of recent lunar missions, which took more gradual, fuel efficient journeys to the moon. India’s successful Chandrayaan-3 mission traveled for more than a month, and the journey of Japan’s SLIM mission lasted more than four months before reaching the lunar surface in January.

After Odysseus separated from its rocket, it successfully turned itself on. An initial engine burn to test the propulsion system was postponed because the liquid oxygen propellant took longer to chill down than ground-based tests had predicted.

Time lapse of a 5 ¾ hour journey: @Int_Machines IM-1 lunar lander #Odysseus and the tumbling #Falcon9 upper stage a distance of almost 290,000 km. Recorded from our station in South America. pic.twitter.com/q1LUKX213F — s2a systems (@s2a_systems) February 17, 2024

Engineers adjusted the ignition procedures, and the burn was successfully performed on Feb. 16.

Along the way, the spacecraft transmitted photographs taken of both Earth and the moon.

Flight controllers fired the engine twice more, on Feb. 18 and Feb. 20, to fine-tune the spacecraft’s path to the moon. The second effort was precise enough that the flight controllers decided to skip a planned third correction.

Odysseus is now in a circular orbit above the surface of the moon. It had been 57 miles up, but Intuitive Machines said on Thursday morning that it had raised the spacecraft’s orbit to a higher altitude, which it did not specify. Then on Thursday afternoon, it announced the spacecraft needed to take another lap around the moon before heading to the surface at a later hour.

If the company sticks to the current plan, about an hour before the scheduled landing time of 6:24 p.m. Eastern time, a final command will start the lander’s journey toward the surface.

When will Odysseus actually land on the moon? We keep getting surprised. Intuitive Machines just shared an update that the landing time is now scheduled for 6:24 p.m. Eastern time. The company had originally said 5:49 p.m., then 5:30 p.m. Then an update this morning said it was moved up to 4:24 p.m., perhaps because the spacecraft ended up in an orbit lower than what had been planned, and was moving faster than anticipated. Now, flight controllers decided to circle the moon one additional time before landing.

On the moon’s south pole, a quest for ice.

If you want to send astronauts to the moon, a place with water would be a good destination.

Obviously, humans need to drink water to survive, and water molecules can be split into hydrogen and oxygen. Oxygen provides air to breathe, and hydrogen and oxygen can also be used as rocket propellants to return home to Earth, or to travel somewhere else in the solar system.

But water is heavy, and lugging it from Earth is expensive and inconvenient.

The rocks brought back by NASA’s Apollo astronauts from 1969 through 1972 suggested that the moon was completely dry. But then, planetary scientists started seeing hints of water ice at the bottom of craters in the polar regions where the sun never shines. India’s first lunar orbiter, Chandrayaan-1 , collected some of the data that confirmed the presence of water.

An armada of missions headed to the lunar south pole aim to measure how much water is contained in the shadowed craters and how difficult it would be to extract it. (It could be very difficult if the water molecules are trapped within minerals, rather than as ice mixed in with the soil.)

Layers of ice in the craters could also provide a history of the solar system, much like how ice cores in Greenland and Antarctica provide a record of Earth’s climate.

Why private companies are aiming for the moon.

Where you might just see gray rocks, soil and craters on the moon, entrepreneurs see profit. And whatever happens during Thursday’s landing attempt, expect more companies to race toward the moon in the years ahead.

NASA is looking to send astronauts to the moon in the coming years, and robotic spacecraft will go there first. The space agency is financing a number of commercial missions through its Commercial Lunar Payload Services program, or CLPS. The program is modeled on NASA’s successful effort to rely on private companies for trips to and from the International Space Station.

For NASA, buying rides on private spacecraft to take instruments and equipment to the moon is cheaper than building its own vehicles. NASA also hopes to spur a new commercial industry around the moon.

So far, however, NASA has little to show for its efforts. Some of the companies that NASA had selected to bid for CLPS missions have already gone out of business. And Astrobotic of Pittsburgh’s first CLPS flight failed on its way to the moon last month.

The dream of a delivery service to the moon is not a new one.

In 2007, the X Prize Foundation announced a competition offering a $20 million grand prize to the first nongovernment-funded business or organization that could get a spacecraft to the surface of the moon and have it successfully perform a few tasks: moving 500 meters, or 1,640 feet, to a second location, and beaming data and video back to Earth.

Eleven years later, the competition ended without any of the teams even attempting a launch . Some of the X Prize teams like Astrobotic and Ispace, the parent company of the Japanese Hakuto team, continued, believing that they could develop a profitable business without the prize money.

Among other ambitious business ideas: mining the moon for helium-3 for future fusion power plants on Earth. Rare earth metals used in electronics could also potentially be extracted from lunar soil and rocks.

A layer of lunar protection that doubles as winter wear on Earth.

What does a winter coat have in common with a lunar lander?

For Columbia Sportswear, the apparel company with headquarters in Portland, Ore., the answer is that it makes a material used in both.

About a decade ago, the snow gear maker was inspired by the kinds of heat blankets that are wrapped around NASA spacecraft to reflect heat from the sun. But Columbia’s shiny gold-colored Omni-Heat lining does the opposite of the NASA protectors, reflecting body heat back to the wearer of the coat.

Intuitive Machines approached Columbia Sportswear to be a sponsor of the robotic lunar mission that is to land on the moon Thursday afternoon. In conversations, Intuitive Machines officials realized that Columbia made something they could use for their spacecraft. Like NASA, Intuitive Machines needed to make sure its spacecraft did not overheat when it was in bathed in sunlight. The Omni-Heat lining ended up wrapped around parts of the spacecraft’s exterior.

“It was more or less serendipitous,” Tim Boyle, the chief executive of Columbia Sportswear, said. “Hey, listen, we think we can help you guys with this thing.”

Columbia employees in Portland will gather to watch the landing. “We’ve got a full-size lunar lander in a conference room,” Mr. Boyle said. “We’re going to have a big party there. We’re going to be serving champagne and cake.”

Will Columbia start selling its lining to other spacecraft manufacturers too?

“This is sort of a new development in terms of how these technologies that we’ve developed could be used in other places,” Mr. Boyle said. “We’re pretty much an apparel company.”

But, he added: “Maybe. I don’t know.”

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It’s not all rocket science: Jeff Koons packed sculptures aboard Odysseus.

The American artist Jeff Koons watched as a SpaceX rocket carrying 125 of his miniature moon sculptures and other cargo departed from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida last week.

“I grew up listening to President Kennedy speak about going to the moon,” Koons said in an interview before takeoff. “It gave our society a vision and drive that we could believe in ourselves and accomplish things.”

The artist said the project was inspired by his son Sean Koons, who approached him with the idea after seeing a proposal to send artworks to the moon. The project involved the digital arts and technology company NFMoon and the space exploration company 4Space, as well as support from Pace Gallery.

The moons are named after inspiring historical figures. “Leonardo da Vinci, Ada Lovelace, Plato, Billie Holiday,” Koons said, as he listed examples.

This is the cargo being carried by the Odysseus moon lander.

The Odysseus spacecraft is hexagonal in shape with six landing legs, standing about 14 feet tall and five feet wide. For fans of “Dr. Who,” the science fiction television show, the body of the lander is roughly the size of the Tardis, the time-traveling spacecraft that, on the outside, looks like an old British police telephone booth.

NASA is the main customer for the Intuitive Machines flight, paying the company $118 million to deliver six instruments to the lunar surface. They are:

A laser retroreflector array to bounce back laser beams fired from lunar orbit. That will act as a precise location marker for Odysseus. During the Apollo missions, astronauts left similar retroreflectors on the moon.

A LIDAR instrument will precisely measure the spacecraft’s altitude and velocity as it descends to the surface. LIDAR is similar to radar, except that it uses laser light instead of radio waves.

A stereo camera will capture video of the plume of dust kicked up by the lander’s engines during landing.

A low-frequency radio receiver will measure the effects of charged particles near the lunar surface on radio signals. That will provide information that could aid the design of future radio observatories on the lunar surface.

The Lunar Node-1 navigation beacon seeks to demonstrate an autonomous navigation system.

The lander’s propellant tank includes a NASA instrument that uses radio waves to measure how much propellant remains in the tank.

The lander is also carrying a few other payloads, including a camera built by students at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla.; a precursor instrument for a future moon telescope; and an art project by Jeff Koons .

A U.S.-built spacecraft lands on the moon for the first time in half a century.

For the first time in more than 50 years, an American spacecraft has landed on the moon.

The lander, named Odysseus, was built by Intuitive Machines of Houston. At 6:23 p.m. Eastern time the spacecraft touched the ground, making it the first privately built spacecraft to land on the lunar surface.

At first, Tim Crain, the mission director and Intuitive Machines’ chief technology officer, said it was uncertain if the spacecraft would be able to achieve its objectives, even though the spacecraft was on the moon and transmitting signals to Earth.

Still, in the face of that indeterminate outcome, Dr. Crain congratulated his colleagues in the flight control center at the company’s headquarters.

“Houston, Odysseus has found its new home,” Dr. Crain said.

The landing site was a flat area near the Malapert A crater, about 185 miles north of the moon’s south pole. The moon’s polar regions have attracted much interest in recent years because of water ice hidden in the shadows of craters there.

Odysseus left Earth early on Feb. 15 aboard a SpaceX rocket. It pulled into lunar orbit on Wednesday. About 12 minutes before landing on Thursday, it fired its engine to begin its descent to the surface.

From this point onward in the landing sequence, Odysseus was operating completely on its own, with flight controllers at Intuitive Machines’ control center powerless to change what happened.

To accomplish the landing, Intuitive Machines had to overcome late technical issues with the flight. During the coverage of the landing, a company spokesman said a laser instrument on the spacecraft that was to provide data on its altitude and velocity was not working.

That problem explained why the spacecraft took an extra orbit around the moon, which provided two hours for changes in the spacecraft’s software that allowed the use of an experimental NASA lidar instrument on the spacecraft instead.

AT&T service restored after customers hit by widespread cellular outages in the U.S.

AT&T’s widespread outage that left thousands without service for hours Thursday was likely caused by a process error — not a cyberattack, the carrier said.

The trouble started early Thursday, but by afternoon AT&T reported that service had been restored to all customers.

Based on an initial review, the company thinks the outage "was caused by the application and execution of an incorrect process used as we were expanding our network, not a cyber attack," it said Thursday evening.

Over 32,000 AT&T outages were reported by customers about 4 a.m. ET Thursday. Reports dipped then spiked again to more than 50,000 around 7 a.m., with most issues reported in Houston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and Atlanta, according to the site.

That number surged to more than 71,000 just before 8 a.m. ET.

AT&T acknowledged the issue Thursday morning, saying: “Some of our customers are experiencing wireless service interruptions this morning.”

Other cellular providers, including Verizon, T-Mobile and Cricket Wireless, also reported outages. Verizon and T-Mobile said those affected had been trying to contact AT&T users.

Verizon said Thursday morning that the outages are not affecting its network directly, only customers trying to reach another carrier. 

T-Mobile also said early Thursday that the network didn’t suffer an outage.

Cricket Wireless, which is owned by AT&T and uses its network, also experienced cellular problems. More than 13,500 customers reported outages as of 8 a.m. ET Thursday. The number dipped to around 10,000 by 10 a.m.

"Allow us to explain that there is a nationwide network incident impacting multiple services," the company wrote on X . "It is Cricket's top priority to restore service to full capacity as quickly and safely as possible."

Service has since been restored for all affected AT&T customers.

“We have restored wireless service to all our affected customers. We sincerely apologize to them. Keeping our customers connected remains our top priority, and we are taking steps to ensure our customers do not experience this again in the future,” the company said in a statement.

AT&T has not provided additional details about what triggered the nationwide service disruption, and the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency said there is no indication of a cyberattack.

The most likely cause of the outage "is a cloud misconfiguration" which is "a fancy word for saying human error," Lee McKnight, an associate professor at Syracuse University's School of Information Studies, said in a statement.

The Federal Communications Commission is actively investigating the incident. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Homeland Security are lending a hand.

The outages posed a concern to some customers Thursday morning about being able to reach 911.

The San Francisco Fire Department said on X that it was aware of an issue affecting AT&T wireless customers' making and receiving phone calls, including to 911.

“The San Francisco 911 center is still operational,” the office said. “If you are an AT&T customer and cannot get through to 911, then please try calling from a landline. If that is not an option then please try to get ahold of a friend or family member who is a customer of a different carrier and ask them to call 911 on your behalf.”

Similarly, Chicago's Office of Emergency Management and Communications , Virginia’s Prince William County Police Department , and North Carolina’s Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department issued warnings on X alerting the public about the outage while acknowledging some customers were briefly unable to contact 911.

Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens said in a n earlier statement that the city was gathering information to assist in resolving the issue. 

“Atlanta’s e-911 is able to receive inbound and make outbound calls. We have received calls from AT&T customers that their cellular phones are in SOS mode,” Dickens said. 

During the outage, iPhone users who saw SOS displayed in their status bar could still make emergency calls through other carrier networks.

Agencies across the country urged people to refrain from calling 911 to test their service. The line is for real emergencies only.

Breaking News Reporter

Katherine Itoh is a news associate for NBC News.

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