Students contributed to the creation of the moon lander named Odysseus

Students at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University had a major achievement on Thursday with the successful Moon landing of the Odysseus spacecraft. This Moon lander is particularly special because it is equipped with a camera developed by the students themselves.

The Eagle-Cam, as the camera is called, is a versatile device that will be able to capture images of the Moon’s surface as well as images of the lander itself. This is a significant milestone for the students involved in the project, showcasing their skills and expertise in the field of aerospace technology.

One of the students who played a key role in developing the Eagle-Cam is Daniel Posada. His dedication and hard work have contributed to the success of this innovative project.

Overall, the Odysseus spacecraft’s Moon landing represents a huge step forward in space exploration and is a testament to the talent and capabilities of the students at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

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