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NASA's return to the moon could include a reusable Lunar Lander

From Popular Mechanics Somewhere in America's vast space systems, a newly assembled team of NASA engineers has begun designing a spaceship to bring astronauts back to the surface of the Moon. It would be the first visit of humanity since the glory days of the 1960s. <p class = "canvas atom canvas text mb (1.0em) mb (0) – sm mt …

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NASA's return to the moon could include a reusable Lunar Lander

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& # 39; Crazy & # 39; Rocky surface of asteroid Ryugu Revealed in MASCOT lander images

BERLIN – A box-sized European space robot has had some surprises last week as it hopped on an asteroid. In newly published images, the surface of the asteroid Ryugu is "even crazier" than expected, said Ralf Jaumann from the Institute of Planetary Research of the German Aerospace Center (DLR), the scientific director of the MASCOT mission. "Everything is wrapped in …

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MASCOT Lander sends back images from the other side of the asteroid Ryugu

Japan's Hayabusa 2 probe and Franco-German MASCOT lander teamed up to bring back amazing views of an asteroid more than 180 million miles from Earth, including a snapshot of the asteroid-covered lander and a Ground Plan of Rocky Terrain Scientists shared the images today at the International Astronautical Congress in Germany during a summary of the 17-hour MASCOT survey of …

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Lockheed wants to build a Lunar Lander for NASA's Gateway Station

This site can earn affiliate commissions through the links on this page. Terms of Use NASA officials have spoken in the past of returning to the moon as a springboard to Mars, but it has always been in the vague terms. The agency has recently formalized its plans to build an orbital moon station called The Gateway. A blatant omission …

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Lockheed Martin Introduces New Lunar Lander Concept

An artistic representation of the lunar land on the lunar surface. Designed by Lockheed Martin, Lunar Lander can carry up to four astronauts on the lunar surface on a single trip. If it is not used, it will be on the Lunar Orbital Platform Gateway. ( Lockheed Martin ) Lockheed Martin has unveiled the design for a reusable spacecraft designed …

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Hopping Lander hits its end on asteroid Ryugu

Artistic representation of the landing of the German-French lander MASCOT on the large asteroid Ryugu. MASCOT successfully operated on Ryugu's surface for 17 hours, an hour longer than expected. Credit: DLR (CC-BY 3.0) The MASCOT asteroid Lander lived quickly and died young as planned. Big, hopping robot, who landed on the 3000 foot wide asteroid Ryugu on Tuesday, October 2, …

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Boxy MASCOT lander plops on asteroid Ryugu for a 16-hour poll

A shoebox robot probe sat down on Ryugu Asteroid, more than 180 million kilometers from Earth, and conducted a 16-hour exploration of its rocky environment. The foot width, German built Lander is called MASCOT, which stands for Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout. It was ejected from the Japanese probe Hayabusa 2 from a height of 51 meters and went down to …

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Lockheed Martin reveals plans for huge reusable Moon Lander for astronauts

This is not your grandfather's lunar lander. Today (October 3), space giant Lockheed Martin unveiled his concept for a reusable, single-stage spaceship capable of transporting four astronauts between the lunar orbit and the surface of the moon. By comparison, NASA's expendable lunar module during the Apollo program carried two people and weighed 4.7 tonnes (4.3 tonnes) without propellant. Lockheed's craft …

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