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English: JSC2007-E-113280 (Dec. 2007) --- Three crewmembers work in the area of their lunar lander on the lunar surface in this NASA artist's rendering. NASA has selected Altair as the name of the lunar lander the Constellation Program will use to put humans on the moon. Project Altair Manager Lauri Hansen made the announcement at a recent industry event at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston. Altair will be capable of landing four astronauts on the moon, providing life support and a base for weeklong initial surface exploration missions, and returning the crew to the Orion spacecraft that will bring them home to Earth. Altair will launch aboard an Ares V rocket into low-Earth orbit, where it will rendezvous with the Orion crew vehicle. Please note that this artwork is not precise. NASA currently is seeking input from industry experts and is developing conceptual designs for Altaïr.
Français : Trois équipiers travaillent à proximité de leur atterrisseur lunaire sur la surface lunaire dans ce tableau d’un artiste de la NASA.

La NASA a choisi Altaïr comme nom de l’atterrisseur lunaire que le programme Constellation va utiliser pour amener des êtres humains sur la Lune. Le directeur du projet Altaïr Lauri Hansen en a fait l’annonce récemment lors d’un evènement industriel au Centre Spatial Johnson de la NASA à Houston. Altaïr sera capable de faire atterrir quatre astronautes sur la Lune, de fournir le support vie et une base pour des missions d’exploration initiales à la surface lunaire d’une durée d’une semaine, et d’assurer le retour de l’équipage jusqu’au vaisseau spatial Orion qui les ramèneront sur Terre. Altaïr sera lancé à bord d’une fusée Ares V jusqu’à une orbite basse autour de la Terre, où il fera rendez-vous avec le vaisseau spatial habité Orion. Veuillez noter que ce travail d’artiste n’est pas précis. La NASA est actuellement à la recherche d’avis d’experts de l’industrie et developpe des

designs conceptuels pour Altaïr.
Source Douglas Yazell, Past Chair, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Houston Section, douglas.yazell@honeywell.com
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