Inside NASA’s Altair lunar lander

by | Feb 6, 2009 | Seradata News | 0 comments

NASA has released a CGI movie of a concept interior for its Altair lunar lander. I couldn’t get the RealPlayer file to work, whch is normally good for screengrabs, and only the Windows media file would work in the RealPlayer player and I couldn’t get a screen grab, but do enjoy the movie and go to the NASA blog entry for the rest of the blurb

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