Roscosmos considering another attempt to land at lunar south pole in 2025-2026
MOSCOW. Aug 25 (Interfax) - Russia's Roscosmos is considering another attempt to land at the lunar south pole in 2025-2026 despite the Luna 25 crash, the state corporation said in a statement on Friday.
"A possible repeat of the mission to land at the lunar south pole in 2025-2026 is an option for continuing this program," the statement said.
Roscosmos head Yury Borisov held a working meeting at NPO Lavochkin, the lead developer of Luna 25, on Friday, it said.
Russian designers and researchers "are eager to continue the lunar project", Borisov said.