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Peregrine Mission One


1) Colmena Rovers by Universidad Nacional Autónoma De México (UNAM) & Agencia Espacial Mexicana (AEM), Mexico
2) Asagumo rover - World's first walking rover based on legs & not wheels. A moon rover to explore lunar lava tubes by Spacebit, UK
3) Iris lunar rover by Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and Astrobotic technology
4) Yaoki lunar rover by Dymon co., ltd., Tokyo. Dymon has been developing the Yaoki rover for eight years, and completed the rover's base technology in 2018
5) Neutron Spectrometer System (NSS), developed by NASA Ames will search for indications of water-ice near the lunar surface
6) Mass Spectrometer Observing Lunar Operations (MSOLO), developed at Kennedy space center in Florida will identify low-molecular weight volatiles
7) Near-Infrared Volatile Spectrometer System (NIRVSS), developed at Ames research center will measure surface and subsurface hydration, carbon dioxide and methane
8) Linear Energy Transfer Spectrometer (LETS), developed at NASA Johnson
9) Fluxgate Magnetometer (MAG), developed at NASA Goddard
10) Neutron Measurements At The Lunar Surface (NMLS), developed at Marshall space flight center in Alabama
11) Memory Of Mankind On The Moon - Team Puli, from Hungary, will send a unique plaque for the “Memory Of Mankind (MOM) on the moon” project
12) Photovoltaic Investigation On The Lunar Surface (PILS), developed at Glenn research center in Cleveland
13) Lunar Dream Capsule - Astroscale will send the lunar dream capsule which contains messages from children from around the world
14) Peregrine Ion-Trap Mass Spectrometer (PITMS) for lunar surface volatiles - by NASA Goddard and ESA
15) The Moonark - The Moonark is an epochal collaborative space project at Carnegie Mellon University.
16) Surface And Exosphere Alterations by Landers (SEAL), developed at NASA Goddard
17) The Arch Libraries by the Arch Mission Foundation
18) Memorial Space Flight Services - Elysium is providing lunar memorial services to deliver a symbolic portion of remains to the surface of the Moon
19) Terrain Relative Navigation - Astrobotic will demonstrate its standalone Terrain Relative Navigation (TRN) sensor as a payload on its first mission to the Moon
20) Memorial Spaceflight by Celestis


100 kg

8+ Earth days

Sinus Viscositatis, adjacent to the Gruithuisen Domes

2 side decks with 0.5 sq.m of mounting area per side &
1 side deck with 0.2 sq.m of mounting area

Asagumo Rover - 1.5 kg
Iris Lunar Rover - 2 kg
Yaoki Lunar Rover - 498 g
Colmena bots - 60 g

Asagumo Rover - 10 X 10 X 15 cm
Iris Lunar Rover ~ 25 X 17.5 X 10.5 cm
Yaoki Lunar Rover - 14.9 X 14.9 X 9.9 cm
Colmena bots - Diameter of 12 cm







Last Updated on February 2023
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