Astrobotic


Ticket to the moon

Astrobotic, originally spun out of Carnegie Mellon University in 2008, is pioneering affordable space technologies that provide companies, governments, and universities flexible and reliable planetary access. Their Griffin lander is designed to transport a variety of payloads to anywhere on the Moon. Astrobotic's technology achieves unprecedented autonomous pinpoint landing in even the most hazardous terrain by aligning data from cameras, IMU, and LIDAR to identify a safe landing location.

Payload to Moon

270 kg

Landing Accuracy

100 m

Delta-V

3237 m/s