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The Dynetics Human Landing System (DHLS) consists of a single element providing the ascent and descent capabilities, while multiple modular propellant vehicles are pre-positioned to fuel the engines at different points in the mission. The crew cabin was designed to sit low to the surface, thus enabling a short climb for astronauts entering, exiting, or transporting tools and samples. It supports both docking with Orion and with Gateway, and will get a fuel top-off before descending to the surface.
The Dynetics HLS (DHLS) test article has now been built to-scale and allows for testing as well as evaluation purposes across the engineering lifecycle. The team will utilize the test article for human-in-the-loop (HITL) task identification and analysis, assessing net habitable volume, crew module accommodations, placement / orientation of various components and overall habitability.
- Features a detailed replica of the Eagle lunar lander with a depiction of the lunar surface, with a crater, footprints and a U.S. flag
- This modular model features a descent stage with gold-colored landing pads and panels, opening camera, laser hatches, and a movable ladder
- The ascent stage has a detailed interior with room for 2 astronauts. The model is finished with an Apollo 11 Lunar Lander nameplate
- USAGE: The Light Set is used to light up Creator NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander (NOT include the Lego Set).
- PORDUCT FEATURE: The Light is made use of original material purely handmade. It contains 1 USB Light kit ,Instruction guide, battery box. Plug in...
- TIPS: Prepare three AA Batteries, or USB Charger and Voltage should be less than 5V to avoid burning.
Our team is pleased to bring this system to life. Our reusable, sustainable approach is ready to support a safe and successful hardware delivery for NASA’s mission,” said Kim Doering, Dynetics Vice President of Space Systems.