NASA has regained communications with its new lunar spacecraft, the space agency confirmed on Wednesday.
"Mission operators have re-established contact with NASA's Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System
Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment (CAPSTONE) spacecraft," NASA said in a statement.
"We have re-established communications with CAPSTONE. The spacecraft is looking happy and healthy
Advance Space's proprietary peer-to-peer navigation technology is a part of the CAPSTONE spacecraft.
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The space agency said Tuesday it had lost communication with CAPSTONE after it was deployed Monday