the new ones official wear of the astronauts who will set foot on the moon again was presented by NASA who chose the company Axiom Space To develop the latest equipment for the mission Artemis III. The first prototype was revealed on Wednesday during an event at space center to Houston In the Texas.
Help this happen A step forward in the service goal To create a robust lunar economy, by working with commercial service providers, Axiom Space hosted the event for students and the media to ask questions and see the spacesuit up close.
Artemis III Astronauts, including the first woman, will land on the Moon to advance long-term lunar exploration and scientific discovery and inspire the Artemis generation.. NASA chose Axiom Space to deliver the lunar rover system, including the spacesuit, for the mission. by name Axiom Extravehicular Mobility Unit, ή AxEMU, The spacesuit builds on evolutions of NASA’s typical spacesuits and includes the latest technology, improved mobility, and additional protection from hazards on the Moon.
NASA It chose to use a commercial services contract to develop the new spacesuit, under which NASA would purchase lunar rover services from Axiom Space.. Under this model, the company is encouraged to pursue other commercial clients for lunar spacecraft services. this n Mutually beneficial approach Helps in promoting the emerging business market and It gives NASA the right to use the data and technologies developed under the contract for future exploration efforts.
Characteristics of the uniform
NASA experts set technical and safety standards Based on space suits Axiom Space agreed to answer these questions Basic requirements for the service. AxEMU has the range of motion and flexibility needed to explore more of its terrain moon view And the outfit suits one Wide range of crew members. Axiom Space will continue to be implemented Current technological innovations in life support systems, pressure suits and electronic systems with continued development.
Axiom Space is responsible for Design, development, specification, certification and production of flight training space suits and support equipment, including instruments, to enable the Artemis III mission. The company will try on the uniform space environment before shipment. NASA retains responsibility for Astronaut trainingand mission planning and approval of service systems.
After Artemis III, The agency will compete for services for the future Artemis mission under the Extravehicular Exploration Services (xEVAS) contract. NASA uses the contract to meet the agency’s spacewalk needs for both the Moon and the International Space Station. The agency recently awarded a work order to Collins Aerospace, which is also competing under the xEVAS contract, to develop new spacesuits for astronauts to wear during spacewalks on the space station. Both suppliers will compete for future orders for spacewalks and moonwalks.
Through Artemis, NASA will land the first woman and first person of color on the moon, Paving the way for a long-term, sustainable lunar presence to explore more of the lunar surface than ever before and prepare for future astronaut missions to Mars.
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