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Conceptual Human-System Interface Design for a Lunar Access Vehicle

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Show simple item record Smith, Cristin Essama, Stephane Duppen, Mark Marquez, Jessica Cummings, Mary Wang, Enlie
dc.contributor.other Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Humans and Automation Laboratory 2009-09-18T19:15:53Z 2009-09-18T19:15:53Z 2005
dc.description.abstract In support of the vision for humans to establish a large scale, economically viable, permanent human settlement on the Moon within the next 25 years (Space Frontier Foundation, 2005), the next generation lunar landing vehicle must be capable of achieving pinpoint, anytime, anywhere safe landing on the lunar surface with high precision (10- 100m). In addition, this vehicle should support both autonomous and manned lunar missions (NASA ASO-1160). Because of advances in technology over the past thirty-five years since the Apollo landings, the role of the human and automated systems in a new lunar lander system must be reevaluated and redesigned. This report details the design approach and resultant preliminary, conceptual design concepts for a Human-System Interface (H-SI) for a Lunar Access Vehicle (LAV). en
dc.description.sponsorship Prepared For Draper Labs Award #: SC001-018 PI: Dava Newman en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.publisher MIT Humans and Automation Laboratory en
dc.relation.ispartofseries HAL Reports;HAL2005-04
dc.title Conceptual Human-System Interface Design for a Lunar Access Vehicle en
dc.type Technical Report en

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