Space Fact of the Week
Reusable Crewed Lunar Landing Concept Revealed
This week at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Germany, Lockheed Martin announced their human lander concept for NASA's lunar Gateway and future Mars exploration missions. The lander is reusable and can "accommodate a crew of four and 2,000 lbs. of cargo payload on the surface for up to two weeks before returning to the Gateway without refueling on the surface."
This technology is vital to the scientific community and the sustainable mission of exploring the Moon and Mars. It is a cost-effective solution that will help establish moon bases, deliver cargo, and continue to explore the Moon.Click here to learn more!