A new Mars lander part has been released to the public for purchase.
The part was produced by Land Rover Parts Inc., which has built about 400 Mars landers since it began selling them in 2006.
“Today, I am happy to announce that I have just completed the assembly of my second Mars land rover part,” said Michael Landes, co-founder and CEO of Land Rover Components Inc., who has designed, manufactured, and installed about 1,300 Mars landering parts.
“I had planned to release the Mars landing part to the world for about three months, but my good friends at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, who built and oversaw the landing of the first landing rover, decided to wait and provide the part to us as an example of their expertise in the assembly process.
I am delighted that my friends at JPL will now be able to purchase this Mars landing component for a fraction of the cost that they charged to build it.
This was not my first foray into the Mars world.
The Mars landing parts were designed to be as robust as possible in terms of structural strength and mechanical integrity, and I think that is why they are so reliable. “
As an engineer, I believe that these parts are more reliable than those built by my competitors.
The Mars landing parts were designed to be as robust as possible in terms of structural strength and mechanical integrity, and I think that is why they are so reliable.
NASA is very pleased with the quality and robustness of the parts.
As I am sure you will recall, I have been using these parts for many years.
I am confident that they will hold up to a lot of use, as they have proven over the years.
A few years ago, I was awarded the JPL’s Gold Medal for engineering excellence.
In honor of that achievement, I will be providing the public with an exclusive video of the assembly and testing process for the new Mars landing landing part.”
Landes said he has been working on Mars landing components for more than 20 years, and he has built and designed some of the most durable and reliable Mars landings in the world.
“My mission is to help inspire future generations to look at the world through the eyes of our greatest explorers, who have brought humanity to Mars,” Landes said.
“It is time to return to the surface and explore our new home.”
NASA plans to launch the Mars land landing part, called the Mars Odyssey spacecraft, into orbit on Nov. 15.