LOLA is the lander that will allow your instruments, rovers, and payloads to safely land on the Moon.
Service - LOLA, LUCAS, OSSIE
- In-Space Transportation
- Transport Service (LEO-Moon)
Commercial Lunar Lander
- 4) Early stage
- First launch
LOLA stands for Landing Opportunities for Lunar Activities and intends to generate opportunities for the future of lunar exploration. It will allow the delivery of payloads and instruments developed to perform “in-situ resources utilization” on the Moon.
The vehicle will allow to transport up to 250 kilograms of payloads to the lunar surface. These payloads can be either hosted on-board, or delivered to the surface once LOLA finishes with the descent and landing maneuvers.
LUCAS is the most advance vehicle that will provide cargo services to orbits around the Moon. LUCAS stands for Lunar Cargo Services and is the most advanced development ever made by UARX Space. It allows to transport up to 1000 kilograms of payloads to the Moon orbit in three days, and tons of payloads when using low-thrust propulsion.
OSSIE is the vehicle that simplifies the ride to your final destination in orbit, so you can design your satellite focusing in your area of expertise.
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