3D Model

Lunar Lander

The Lunar Module, sometimes known as the Lunar Lander, was designed to transport astronauts between a spacecraft in lunar orbit and the surface of the moon. Between 1969 and 1972, six of these lunar modules landed humans on the Moon, and they remain the only crewed aircraft to ever land on the Moon’s surface. While the module originally touched down in the Sea of Tranquility in 1969, today, this replica can be found at the Rocket Center, on Tranquility Base in Huntsville, Alabama.

This model’s photos were taken with 3D Scan on a Skydio 2, and the reconstruction was performed using Bentley ContextCapture.

This model was captured autonomously by Skydio 3D Scan. 3D Scan is a first-of-its-kind adaptive scanning software built on top of Skydio Autonomy. It allows the drone to automate data capture for generating 3D models with comprehensive coverage and ultra-high resolution, so that crews can perform higher quality scans in less time and with minimal pilot training.

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