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The competitors are asked to employ original engineering and analysis in one of four areas; "Gateway Uncrewed Utilization and Operations", "Gateway-Based Human Lunar Surface Access", "Gateway Logistics as a Science Platform", and "Design of a Gateway-Based Cislunar Tug".
Teams of undergraduate and graduate students were asked to submit a response by 17 January addressing one of these four themes.
NASA will select 20 teams to continue developing proposed concepts. On 1 November , NASA commissioned 5 studies lasting four months into affordable ways to develop the Power and Propulsion Element PPE , hopefully leveraging private companies' plans.
The engine is being developed by Glenn Research Center , the Jet Propulsion Laboratory , and Aerojet Rocketdyne.
The total travel time would be 5 days; the return to Earth would be similar in terms of trip duration and delta-v requirement if the spacecraft spends 11 days at the Gateway.
One of the advantages of an NRHO is the minimal amount of communications blackout with the Earth. Gateway will be the first mini-space station to be both human-rated, and autonomously operating most of the time in its early years, as well as being the first deep-space station, far from Low Earth orbit.
This will be enabled by more sophisticated executive control software than on any prior space station, which will monitor and control all systems.
The high-level architecture is provided by the Robotics and Intelligence for Human Spaceflight lab at NASA, and implemented at NASA facilities.
For supporting the first crewed mission to the station Artemis 3 planned for , the Gateway will be a minimalistic mini-space station composed of only two modules: the Power and Propulsion Element PPE and the Habitation and Logistics Outpost HALO.
Those international elements will launch after the PPE and HALO are placed into lunar orbit. The concept for the Gateway is still evolving, and is intended to include the following modules: .
Crewed flights to the Gateway are expected to use Orion and SLS, while other missions are expected to be done by commercial launch providers.
In March , NASA announced SpaceX with its future spacecraft Dragon XL as a first commercial partner to deliver supplies to the Gateway.
NASA officials promote the Gateway as a "reusable command module" that could direct activities on the lunar surface.
Michael D. Griffin , a former NASA administrator, said that the Gateway could be useful only after there are facilities on the Moon producing propellant that could be transported to the Gateway.
Griffin thinks that after that is achieved, the Gateway would then serve as a fuel depot. Former NASA Associate Administrator Doug Cooke wrote in an article on The Hill stating, "NASA can significantly increase speed, simplicity, cost and probability of mission success by deferring Gateway, leveraging SLS, and reducing critical mission operations".
If an independent transfer element is required, it can be launched on a commercial launcher". Former NASA astronaut Terry W. Virts , who was a pilot of STS aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour and commander of the ISS on Expedition 43 , wrote in an Op-ed on Ars Technica that the Gateway would "shackle human exploration, not enable it".
He also said, "If we don't have the goal [of Gateway], we are putting the proverbial chicken before the egg by developing " Gemini " before we know what " Apollo " will look like.
Regardless of a future destination, as someone who lived on the ISS for days, I cannot envision a new technology that would be developed or validated by building another modular space station.
Without a specific goal, we're unlikely to ever identify one". Terry further criticized NASA for abandoning its planned goal of separating crew from cargo, which was put in place following the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster in Aldrin also questioned the benefit of the idea to "send a crew to an intermediate point in space, pick up a lander there and go down".
On the other hand, Aldrin expressed support for Robert Zubrin's Moon Direct concept which involves lunar landers traveling from Earth orbit to the lunar surface and back.
Pei Zhaoyu, deputy director of the Lunar Exploration and Space Program Center of the China National Space Administration CNSA , concluded that, from a cost-benefit standpoint, the Gateway would have "low cost-effectiveness".
Mars advocacy and Mars Society founder Robert Zubrin called the Gateway "NASA's worst plan yet" in an article in the National Review. He said, "We do not need a lunar-orbiting station to go to the Moon.
We do not need such a station to go to Mars. We do not need it to go to near-Earth asteroids. We do not need it to go anywhere.
Nor can we accomplish anything in such a station that we cannot do in the Earth-orbiting International Space Station , except to expose human subjects to irradiation — a form of medical research for which a number of Nazi doctors were hanged at Nuremberg".
Zubrin also stated, "If the goal is to build a Moon base, it should be built on the surface of the Moon. That is where the science is, that is where the shielding material is, and that is where the resources to make propellant and other useful things are to be found".
Retired aerospace engineer Gerald Black stated that the Gateway is "useless for supporting human return to the lunar surface and a lunar base".
He added that it was not planned to be used as a rocket fuel depot and that stopping at the Gateway on the way to or from the Moon would serve no useful purpose and cost propellant.
Mark Whittington, who is a contributor to The Hill newspaper and an author of several space exploration studies, stated in an article that the "lunar orbit project doesn't help us get back to the Moon".
Whittington also pointed out that a lunar orbiting space station was not utilized during the Apollo program and that a "reusable lunar lander could be refueled from a depot on the lunar surface and left in a parking orbit between missions without the need for a big, complex space station".
Astrophysicist Ethan Siegel wrote an article in Forbes titled "NASA's Idea For A Space Station In Lunar Orbit Takes Humanity Nowhere".
Siegel stated that "Orbiting the Moon represents barely incremental progress; the only scientific "advantages" to being in lunar orbit as opposed to low Earth orbit are twofold: 1.
You're outside of the Van Allen belts. You're closer to the lunar surface", reducing the time delay. His final opinion was that the Gateway is "a great way to spend a great deal of money, advancing science and humanity in no appreciable way".
On 10 December , NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said at a presentation "There are people who say we need to get there, and we need to get there tomorrow", speaking of a crewed mission to the Moon, countering with "What we're doing here at NASA is following Space Policy Directive 1", speaking of the Gateway and following up with "I would argue that we got there in That race is over, and we won.
The time now is to build a sustainable, reusable architecture. Dan Hartman, the program manager for Gateway, on 30 March , told Ars Technica that the benefits of using Gateway are extending the mission duration, buying down risk, providing research capability and the capability to re-use ascent modules.
With the Gateway, with just with one logistics module, we think we can extend to about twice the mission duration, so 30 days to 60 days. Obviously, the more crew time you have in lunar orbit helps us with research in the human aspects of living in deep space.
The more duration we have, certainly that'll help us buy down significant risk with the extreme environments that we're going to be subjecting our crews to.
Because we've got to go figure out how to operate in deep space. Obviously we'll demonstrate new hardware and offer that sustainable flexible path for our Lunar Lander system.
With the Gateway, the thinking is we'll be able to reuse the ascent modules potentially multiple times. And again, if we can get mission duration beyond the 30 days, it's going to offer us some additional environmental capabilities.
We think it's a tremendous risk buy down asset, not only to explore the Moon sustainably, but to prove out some things that we need to do to get to Mars".
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway. For the Frederick Pohl fictional space station, see Gateway novel.
For other uses, see Gateway disambiguation and Gateway Station disambiguation. Lunar orbital space station under development. Concept art of the Gateway as it is intended to appear in ; the PPE and HALO modules are visible with a cargo spacecraft docked.
Although not the final configuration, this infographic shows the current lineup of parts that will compose the Gateway.
US modules. International modules. US and international modules. Cargo docking port Solar array PPE propulsion module HALO logistics and habitat I-HAB logistics and habitat Orion docking port Solar array HLS docking port.