Maybe they ran out of slide rules.
Potentially more details on Sagittarius A*
Rocket Lab has taken delivery of NASA’s CAPSTONE spacecraft at its New Zealand launch pad ahead of a mission to the Moon.
Don’t know why, there’s no sun up in the sky, dusty weather
The lander’s days are numbered, however, as it struggles to obtain enough energy to continue operating its instruments. When it just landed on Mars, its solar panels were able to produce 5,000 watt-hours every Martian sol, apparently equivalent to powering an electric oven for an hour and 40 minutes. But now it’s only generating about a tenth of that.
Grifting… In Spaaaaace!