We are goin to Moon, Ride Share with us !!
The Luna Fox Mission
Landing several times on Moon is an astonishing occasion to develop volume of lunar science R&D projects. We are open this opportunity to all universities and colleges who are seeking to develop their experiments and send it on bord with our KSF Space Lunar Rover“Luna Fox”
KSF Space Foundation is working to form a Lunar Science committee that will advise the Space Foundation as it helps to open the lunar environment missions to all. Stay tuned… and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to confirm you’re on board.
About Lunar Landing Vehicle XELENE
Designed in partnership with the NASA Lunar CATALYST program, Xelene blends Masten’s years of experience flying vertical takeoff and vertical landing rockets with NASA’s decades of knowledge. Now, Masten is building the first tail number of Xelene (configuration XL-1) in Mojave, CA for Masten Mission 1, which will carry NASA and commercial payloads to the south pole of the Moon in 2023.
Some rovers are battery-powered, like the lunar roving vehicle. Other rovers use solar panels to harness energy from the Sun. The Lunar Fox is battery powered uses 4 independent motors, each with an optical quadrature encoder and gearbox. The entire gearbox assembly can be rotated at 5-degree increments for different clearance configurations.Weighing in less than 1KG, heavy duty. Maneuvering using A.I. and deep learning technology enabling Lunar Fox to drive in certain distance surrounding the lunar lander vehicle XELENE to ensure communication transfer while discovering the moon surface.