The Peregrine Lander precisely and safely delivers payloads to lunar orbit and the lunar surface on each mission.
Service - Peregrine
- Commercial Lander
- Transport Service (LEO-Moon)
- 3) Development
- First launch
Awarded $79.5 million by NASA and has proposed to fly as many as 14 payloads to Lacus Mortis, a large crater on the near side of the Moon, by July 2021.
Selected to develop and lead a new lunar payload delivery provider (commercial payload) service onboard the Dynetics Human Landing System (HLS).
NASA awarded Astrobotic with nearly $200 million for launching the rover, called VIPER, and landing it near the moon’s south pole in late 2023.
Bruno told reporters in a conference call that ULA is confident that both the launch vehicle and its first customer — Astrobotic’s Peregrine lunar lander — will be on the launch pad “by the end of next year.”
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