Japan's SLIM spacecraft successfully transmitted the first image from the lunar surface on January 25 after facing challenges and failing to gain solar power post-landing. The photograph, captured by the Lander-eye Viewfinder-1, shows the critical approach the lander had on the Moon. The image, showing the lander tipping on its front, was taken by LEV-2, ejected to the moon's surface alongside LEV-1 before SLIM's touchdown. JAXA Switched Off its Moon Lander Almost Three Hours After Historic Touchdown to Allow a Possible Recovery of Craft, Says Japan.

 SLIM Spacecraft Transmits First Image of Moon's Surface

LEV-2 on the Moon 

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