The device landed on the moon in such a way that its photovoltaic elements did not fall under the sun’s rays, as a result of which the module’s batteries could not be charged. Therefore, there is a high probability that SLIM will be completely discharged.

Now the device works on batteries. About 30 days left to recharge. JAXA experts hope that the model will still be needed for batteries to receive solar energy.

Source: Ferra

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