IAC 2008: VIDEO – How to design the Altair Lunar Lander

by | Oct 6, 2008 | Constellation, exploration | 0 comments

NASA’s John Connolly spoke at the 59th International Astronautical Congress in Glasgow on Friday 3 October about the process of designing the Altair Lunar Lander and where the project is today. On that Friday there were a series of NASA presentation’s about the Constellation vehicles and I will be publishing my videos or audio recordings of them this week

click through to the extended portion of this blog post to see the video of Connolly’s presentation

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