Lockheed Martin unveils lunar lander design to get humans to the Moon by 2024

<em>An artistic rendering of Lockheed Martin’s lunar landing concept that can supposedly get astronauts to the lunar surface by 2024</em>”  data-src=”https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/SFjomO_tqHPWuAkLIvFHWyLqOWc=/219×0:3786×2378/1310×873/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/63389135/47574260341_bc09761fdf_o.0.jpg”></p><p id=To help NASA meet its new goal of getting to the Moon by 2024, longtime space contractor Lockheed Martin is unveiling new designs for a human lunar lander concept that can take people to and from the lunar surface. And the company says it can be ready within the next five years — as long as it has enough resources.

The vehicle consists of two elements: a lander portion that can travel down to the ground, and an ascent vehicle that can lift astronauts off the Moon’s surface. The lander is meant to travel to and from a new space station that NASA wants to build around the Moon called the Gateway. If all of these elements are created, astronauts would travel to the Gateway from Earth and then take the lander from the station to the Moon….

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