The Russian probe Luna-25 crashed on the Moon. This was announced by the Russian space agency Roscosmos. The probe, the first launched by Russia to the Moon since 1976, crashed following an accident during a maneuver before its lunar landing originally scheduled for tomorrow announced the Roscosmos space agency.
“At around 14:57” yesterday, “communications with Luna-25 were cut off,” the Russian agency said in a statement. “According to the preliminary results” of the investigation, the device “ceased to exist following a collision with the lunar surface,” Roscosmos added.