Zarha Design & Visualization

Santa Ana,  CA 
United States
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ZARHA is doing the R&D work for future lunar infrastructures

Establishing any permanent presence on the lunar surface has to start with a reliable transportation infrastructure. Main issue of conducting such operations are lunar dust ejecta, lack of technology and political uncertainties over site location. By using proven technologies and methodologies, a modular landing/refueling structure is proposed. The structure is assembled in Earth Orbit, and then soft lands on the lunar surface. The modular structure is scalable and can be relocated on demand.


 Products

  • LZ-1 Reusable Landing Platform
    By using proven technologies and methodologies, a modular landing/refueling structure is proposed. The structure is assembled in LEO, and then soft lands on the lunar surface. The modular structure is scalable and can be relocated on demand....

  • ORBITAL ASSEMBLY

    The structure is subdivided into smaller modules and sent up to LEO with multiple launches to be assembled in orbit. This method eliminates the effects of lunar dust, radiation and possible long distance operational challenges. Earth manufacturing with an abundance of launch opportunities allows rapid deployments. Orbital assembly remains the only reliable and proven ‘space construction’ methodology to this day.

    PRECISION LANDINGS

    Upon landing on a pre-designated landing site, the landing zone secures itself and deploys it’s supporting structure. Once fully deployed, autonomous precision landings can be conducted immediately. Accessibility to a rigid, dust free and even surface ensures reliable operations. Many equipment on the spacecraft that are necessary for regolith landing can be removed, thus saving valuable mass and space for additional payloads.

    SCALABLE

    From small scale robotic missions to large scale cargo missions; the landing platform can be scaled and reconfigured to accommodate the needs of the contractor. The prime drive determining the size of the landing would determined by the net pounds of thrust given by the spacecraft.

    MOBILE / REUSABLE

    Upon conducting landing/refueling operations, the landing platform can be relocated by using its on-board thrusters to reach LLO. By eliminating the need and challenges of permanent constructions, the price per launch will be reduced accordingly. This would highly increase prospecting and cargo delivery possibilities unlike any fixed landing infrastructures.

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