Blue Origin has unveiled a mock-up of the Blue Moon lander it says might be able to fly to the Moon inside the subsequent three years as a precursor to human landings on a bigger car, maybe on the finish of the last decade.
Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founding father of Blue Origin, just lately confirmed off the “low-fidelity” mock-up to NASA officers on the firm’s engine manufacturing facility in Huntsville, Alabama. The car is undoubtedly giant and can make the most of the 23-foot-wide (7-meter) payload quantity on Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket.
That is the Mark 1 variant of the Blue Moon lander. It is designed to ship as much as three metric tons (about 6,600 kilos) of cargo anyplace on the lunar floor. Blue Origin revealed the design on Friday.
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