European Light Lunar Lander

CisLunar, Lunar Resources, Moon, Moon Exploration, Moon Lander, Space Resources

European Light Lunar Lander (ELLLa) – Light Lunar Landers, affordable for both terrestrial and space exploration companies, designed in Europe, factory manufactured, to land at 100s of locations.

ELLLa is a joint venture between Berlin Space Consortium, Space Ventures Investors, and Lunar Resources Registry.

Their Joint Venture agreement is to design, manufacture, launch and operate European Light Lunar Landers (ELLLa).

ELLLa will conduct Lunar missions for its joint venture partners, host payloads, and sell landers to prospective clients.

Products of ELLLa include Light Landers, and data from the LLL Lunar Space Tug. They agree to use European designed technology and services for development and operations. The ELLLa is currently developing the Autonomous Light Lunar Lander A3L-10, dubbed “Rock Thrush”, for autonomous missions to the Moon including soft landing on the lunar surface and the deployment of small payloads at multiple sites. The A3L-10 is fully autonomous and uses a combination of different innovative chemical space propulsion systems.
To reach the lunar surface, LRR will develop a Lunar Space Tug configuration LST-80 that provides reliable, autonomous transfer of the A3L-10 payload from Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO) to Low Lunar Orbit (LLO).

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