The national team of manned landing system (HLS), composed of experts from blue origin, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin and Draper, has delivered a full-scale model of its manned lunar lander to NASA for evaluation. Led by blue origin, the national team focused on descent element and ascent element, eventually contributing to NASA’s Artemis mission to the moon. The lunar lander delivered to NASA is an engineering prototype to be tested by NASA Johnson Space Center, with specific emphasis on the above two systems. According to blue origin, the model, which is more than 40 feet tall, is now housed in building 9 at Johnson Space Center and will remain until early next year. < / P > < p > NASA experts will carry out a “series of tests and simulations” on the prototype; blue origin expects its national team to continue working on the system, which could be part of Artemis’ lunar mission over the next decade. These tests will help the national team refine their products and eventually form the final production design. < / P > < p > among them, blue origin said that the national team’s use of a “modular solution” will speed up the pace of progress through the use of this design, each element can be independently developed and tested, so that each element can be improved and adjusted as needed, without having to adjust the entire system. < / P > < p > testing the crew interaction of this engineering simulation is a step towards achieving this historic mission. The learning we get from a comprehensive simulation model cannot be done in any other way. At this early stage, NASA’s expertise and feedback enabled us to develop secure business systems that meet the agency’s needs. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia