New lunar landing simulation software by Historic Space Systems for the Apollo
Lunar Landing Simulator
is nearing completion.
Image shows progress on the depiction of the scene through the commander’s triangular-shaped window.
The view is optimized for the monitor placed outside the window of the Lunar Landing Simulator enclosure.
The top part of the scene is a bird’s eye view of the descending Lunar Module.
In the window scene, note the thrusters to the left, the window reference markings, and the gold-colored forward landing gear pad visible in the bottom corner.
The scene depicts the landing site of Apollo 15 in the Hadley-Appenine region of the moon.
The software can also readily be adapted for simulating NASA’s future Altair missions to the moon.
Suitable for museums and similar venues.
Historic Space Systems at www.space1.com