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AMY BARTLETT NASA MESSENGER FELLOW RAYMOND S. KELLIS H.S. MARE GILMORE, M.Ed. LIED CHILDRENS MUSEUM L.U.N.A.R. Eggs-Prize Landing Unique Navigable Astronaut-Controlled.

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1 AMY BARTLETT NASA MESSENGER FELLOW RAYMOND S. KELLIS H.S. MARE GILMORE, M.Ed. LIED CHILDRENS MUSEUM L.U.N.A.R. Eggs-Prize Landing Unique Navigable Astronaut-Controlled Rovers

2 Payload Protection Payload = anything in the spacecraft Astronauts Food Medical equipment Science Experiments Electronics Size limited by vehicle Means of protection: Reducing spacecraft speed/impact Restraint Cushioning Trapped air Expendable cushioning material

3 Apollo – Payload Recovery Ablative heat shield Water landing Parachute for ocean recovery

4 Shuttle – Payload Recovery Heat Tiles Beta Cloth S-Curve

5 Phoenix - EDL

6 Spirit and Opportunity - EDL

7 Mars Science Laboratory – Curiosity EDL Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

8 Lunar Lander - Past 2 crew members Seven days on the surface Return to Earth Airlock for surface activities Descent stage: Aerozine 50 (fuel) Nitrogen tetroxide (oxidizer) Ascent stage: Aerozine 50 (fuel) Nitrogen tetroxide (oxidizer)

9 Destinations ISS Moon Mars Earth Return Asteroids K.I.S.S. Safety Launch Abort System Robust Thermal Protection Landing Choices (land or water) Destinations ISS Moon Mars Earth Return Asteroids K.I.S.S. Safety Launch Abort System Robust Thermal Protection Landing Choices (land or water) Possible Destinations

10 Landing Sites: Past:Future:

11 LRO Maps for Landing Site Selection

12 Lunar Landing Site Selection Rank sites based on criteria, determine weights of each criteria, and calculate scores to determine the best landing site.

13 Where should we land?

14 Bigelow BA330 Model

15 Google Lunar X PRIZE Video Clip

16 Payload Package Destination: Moon Payload: raw egg Drop test: feet Location TBD when we arrive Guidelines: Self-deployed Contained within cardboard (when dropped) or attached at top only

17 You will be given the following materials: 30 cm x 45 cm sheet of cardboard (Orion size limitation) 30 cm of duct tape Egg (your delicate payload…yes, its raw) 100 credits for additional materials Balloons 20 Nylons 15 Ripstop Nylon 15 Tissue Paper 5 Cotton balls 2 Straws 2 String (30 cm)2 Duct tape (1 cm) 1 Surviving egg required Low budget spacecraft wanted Payload Ops Specifications: Your lander

18 Payload Ops Specifications: Your rover You will be given the following materials: 30 cm x 45 cm sheet of cardboard (Orion size limitation) 30 cm of duct tape 100 credits for additional materials Water bottle20 Balloon 20 Dowel rod 10 Cardboard tube5 Wheel 5 Pipe cleaner 5 Craft stick 5 Straw2 Duct tape (1 cm) 1 Must ride inside the pod Must work without repair after landing

19 Payload Ops Scoring Rovers packed in pod, dropped No repairs allowed on rover after drop Egg rides in ziplock bag in or on the rover Surviving egg required Points awarded for the accuracy of the landing Points awarded for the distance covered by rover Points awarded for unused credits in the budget

20 Commercial Spaceflight Video


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