Its maker, Astrobotic, said in an update today that it’s lost too much propellant to make it to the Moon because of a malfunction with its propulsion system that occurred after it separated from its launch vehicle.
The company says it can still operate the craft and will gather data for its next attempt with its Griffin lander.
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