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NASA Makes Use of Historic Test Site for New Robotic Lander Prototype Tests
03.03.11
 
Kimberly Newton
256-544-0034
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
kimberly.d.newton@nasa.gov

Mike Buckley
240-228-7536
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Md.
michael.buckley@jhuapl.edu

Dan O'Boyle
256-876-4162
U.S. Army
dan.oboyle@us.army.mil

Image release: 11-024


NASA Marshall engineer Josh Moore and Teledyne Brown Engineering avionics engineer Scott Gilley prepare the robotic lander prototype for tests at the U.S. Army Redstone Arsenal Test Center in Huntsville. › Large (2634 x 3950, 240 ppi)
› Medium (516 x 774, 72 ppi)
› Small (100 x 75, 72 ppi)


NASA Marshall engineer Josh Moore and Teledyne Brown Engineering avionics engineer Scott Gilley prepare the robotic lander prototype for tests at the U.S. Army Redstone Arsenal Test Center in Huntsville. (NASA/MSFC/David Higginbotham)

The robotic lander during strapdown testing. This phase of tests allows the engineering team to fully check out the integrated lander prototype before moving to more complex free flight tests. › Large (4256 x 2832, 240 ppi)
› Medium (516 x 343, 72 ppi)
› Small (100 x 75, 72 ppi)


The robotic lander during strapdown testing. This phase of tests allows the engineering team to fully check out the integrated lander prototype before moving to more complex free flight tests. (NASA/MSFC/David Higginbotham)

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