The latest on Intuitive Machines

Feb 25, 2024 / Wall Street Journal

Odysseus Moon Vehicle Tipped Over After Touchdown

After the successful lunar landing of Intuitive Machines' Odysseus lander, its unfortunate tipping onto the lunar surface led to fluctuating stock prices, with upcoming photo releases from the Moon's South Pole anticipated.

Feb 23, 2024 / CNN

Odysseus lunar lander is sideways on the moon after historic touchdown

Intuitive Machines' lunar lander, Odysseus, has encountered a tipping incident upon touchdown on the moon's South Pole, remaining operational but sideways. This marks a significant moment as the first private U.S. spacecraft to achieve lunar surface contact.

Oct 27, 2023 / SpaceNews.com

Intuitive Machines delays first lander mission to January

The first lunar lander mission by Intuitive Machines, Inc., a major player in the space exploration, infrastructure and services sector, has been postponed by two months to mid-January 2024. The revision follows an announcement made in coordination with SpaceX, targeting a multi-day launch window commencing January 12, 2024.

Oct 20, 2023 / Payload

AstroForge Conducts Hot Fire Test Ahead of Early 2024 Mission

AstroForge, the asteroid mining startup, has marked a key milestone with a successful hot fire test of its 100-kg Brokkr-2 spacecraft. Set to ride on a Falcon 9 as part of Intuitive Machines’ lunar landing mission, the vehicle paves the way for Q1 2024 asteroid operations.

Sep 01, 2023 / Morningstar

Intuitive Machines shares up 7% after securing $20 million equity investment

Intuitive Machines buoyed its capital with a $20M equity investment, offsetting the usage of a $50M credit line. The lunar exploration, infrastructure, and services company secured this investment in a definitive securities purchase agreement with an institutional investor. The funds boost the preparatory stages for its imminent lunar mission.