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... NASA Selects Nine Companies for Commercial Lunar Lander Program. NASA's Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) program will provide reliable commercial payload transportation to the lunar surface. Deep Space Systems is getting press, check it out! Deep Space Systems Midsize Lander 3 Payload Summary Mass: up to 100 kg Volume: 3.36 m3 Power: 400 W (all mission phases) Comm: 1-10 Mbps downlink Destination: High Latitude Sites Landing: DSS Midsize Lander Payload Volumes • Upper Cargo: 0.9 m3 • 2X Cargo Overflow: 0.26 m3 • 2X Cargo: 0.85 m3 • 4X Lower Cargo: 0.06 m3 Standard Payload Features: Click below to go to the Space News Article! Aerospace-Technology.com. Colorado Biz. Nasa Shortlists Companies for Moon Payload Delivery Service Bids. DPS: Deep Space Positioning System However the mission failed with the loss of its mother ship, Mars Polar Lander after communication was lost after entry into Mars atmosphere on 3 December 1999. Deep Space 2 was a NASA probe part of the New Millennium Program.It included two highly advanced miniature space probes that were sent to Mars aboard the Mars Polar Lander in January 1999. System (as Deep Space 1 did in 1999) The MarCO cubesats (pictured) carry a 0.5U radio and are planned to accompany the InSight Mars 2018 lander. Deep Space 1 (DS1) was a NASA technology demonstration spacecraft which flew by an asteroid and a comet.It was part of the New Millennium Program, dedicated to testing advanced technologies.. The DSS CLPS Small Lunar Lander (SLL) design combines flight-proven technology and low-risk spacecraft design. Deep Space Systems provides clients with an expert, diversely skilled engineering team equipped with state of the art tools to meet various challenges in aerospace. Future versions could also include a camera and have the capacity to perform both of these navigation functions autonomously. Deep Space 2 The Deep Space 2 impactor probe was to be the first spacecraft to penetrate below the surface of another planet.