Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. Has Been Selected to Participate in the Commercial Lunar Payload Services Program


(Irvine, CA) N.A.S.A.’s Artemis Program is a major effort to return human beings to the surface of the Moon.  In fact, the Artemis Program promises the first woman, along with, the next man on the surface of the Moon, by the year 2024.  After having achieved this goal, N.A.S.A. is hoping that collaboration and exploration, will lead the way.  This phase of the Artemis Program, is expected to start in the year, 2028.  The collaboration, to be more exact, will be conducted with commercial and international business partners.  The collaboration is also referred to as, the Commercial Lunar Payload Services Program (C.L.P.S.).  The exploration, is hoped to be a sustained effort that, encompasses the Moon.  During this phase; additionally, N.A.S.A. hopes to learn the most that, it possibly can.  After having learned every possible lesson, N.A.S.A., plans to turn around and send astronauts, to the Planet Mars.  Recently, Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. announced that, it is very familiar with N.A.S.A.’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services Program.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has been selected to participate in N.A.S.A.’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services Program.  As a participant, Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. becomes one of fourteen C.L.P.S. providers or business partners. 
            As an official C.L.P.S. provider, Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc., is joined by thirteen other businesses.  These thirteen other businesses are; Astrobotic Technology, Blue Origin, Ceres Robotics, Deep Space Systems, Draper, Firefly Aerospace, Intuitive Machines, Lockheed Martin Space, Masten Space Systems, Moon Express, Orbit Beyond, Sierra Nevada Corporation and Space X.  However and returning to, the Commercial Lunar Payload Services Program (C.L.P.S.), the aforementioned is also an initiative.  As an initiative; it involves working with American businesses, to be able to, execute the phases of the Artemis Program.  The first goal of the C.L.P.S. initiative is to deliver science and technology, to the lunar surface.  The latter, interestingly is also referred to as, “delivering payload for N.A.S.A.”  These business partners are expected to be able to perform their own payload integration, and, payload operations.  Additionally, these businesses have to be able to launch from the Planet Earth, and subsequently, land on the surface of the Moon.  Under the Artemis Program, the previously said becomes, “commercial delivery missions.”  After the commercial delivery missions are successful; N.A.S.A.’s business partners have to conduct science experiments, test technologies and demonstrate other types of capabilities.  Fascinatingly, the first two commercial delivery missions are expected to be launched, in July 2021. 
            Returning to, Tyvak Nano’s selection and participation, the aforementioned begins with delivery missions of small payloads.  However and through modularity changes, Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. can deliver larger payloads.  The delivery mission of small payloads includes the services payload integration, launch services and necessary operations to be able to land on the surface of the Moon.  Overall, Tyvak’s services offer N.A.S.A. a moon lander option, and, the ability to perform science experiments on the surface of the Moon.  Everything has a maximum contract value of, $2.6 billion USD.  Finally and as part of the Terran Orbital family of businesses, Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. has successfully launched more than 213 small satellites.  Additionally and through the course of these launches, the aforementioned business has successfully enabled, 74 missions.
            To end, Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. is owned by the Terran Orbital Corporation.  Additionally, it did release a press statement.  Marco Villa is the Chief Operating Officer of Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc.  Through a press statement, Mr. Villa said the following.  “This is an exciting time in space.  Performing these lunar payload deliveries is the next natural step of commercial space efforts supporting government initiatives.  We look forward to working with our partners and we’d like to thank NASA for including us in such an instrumental project.”  As previously stated, Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. recently announced that, it is very familiar with N.A.S.A.’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services Program.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has been selected to participate in N.A.S.A.’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services Program.  Lastly and as a participant, Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. becomes one of fourteen C.L.P.S. providers. 

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11/22/2019

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