All Points Key Contributor to Dynetics Team for Return of U.S. Astronauts to the Moon

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All Points key contributor to Dynetics HLS assembly, integration, test, launch and operations teams

ABOVE VIDEO: The Dynetics HLS approach enables a reusable, commercially supported two-stage lander that will accommodate up to four crew members for trips between lunar orbit and the lunar surface.

All Points Software Center for Innovation and Technical Excellence is key resource for Artemis and other NASA, DoD and government customers

HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA – Dynetics, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Leidos, has kicked off product development teams for its Human Landing System (HLS) that will return astronauts to the lunar surface by 2024 as part of NASA’s Artemis program.

Florida’s Space Coast-based All Points is a key contributor to the Dynetics HLS assembly, integration, test, launch, and operations teams. Having concluded a definitized contract, All Points will provide logistics and transportation support to the program.

“For almost 20 years, All Points’ contributions to every U.S. human space flight program since the Space Shuttle continues into the Artemis era,” said Phil Monkress, All Points President and CEO.

“Our teams in Huntsville, Houston, and on the Florida Space Coast are prepared to do what it takes to meet the exciting goal of landing American astronauts on the moon by 2024.”

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“For almost 20 years, All Points’ contributions to every U.S. human space flight program since the Space Shuttle continues into the Artemis era,” said Phil Monkress, All Points President and CEO. “Our teams in Huntsville, Houston, and on the Florida Space Coast are prepared to do what it takes to meet the exciting goal of landing American astronauts on the moon by 2024.”

“All Points is rapidly expanding our engineering and technical workforce in this community”, said Huntsville-based John Hall, who led the All Point’s HLS partnership with Dynetics.

“Our Software Center for Innovation and Technical Excellence is a key resource for Artemis and other NASA, DoD and government customers.”

The Dynetics HLS approach enables a reusable, commercially supported two-stage lander that will accommodate up to four crew members for trips between lunar orbit and the lunar surface.

The team’s HLS is designed for launch on either the Space Launch System or the United Launch Alliance Vulcan.

“All Points is rapidly expanding our engineering and technical workforce in this community”, said Huntsville-based John Hall, who led the All Point’s HLS partnership with Dynetics. (All Points image)

With Dynetics as the prime contractor, the team of small and mid-sized businesses and NASA partners is arrayed across 17 U.S. states.

Major components and subsystems will be built, tested, and integrated at a Dynetics facility in northern Alabama.

In addition to HLS, All Points supports NASA’s Orion, Space Launch System, Commercial Crew, and International Space Station programs through software and information technology services in Huntsville, Denver, Houston, and New Orleans.

All Points is also providing software, information technology, and logistics services to the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, and the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

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