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ILC Dover is proud to be a member of the Dynetics, Inc. team for the Artemis Human Landing System (HLS).

Press Release From: ILC Dover
Posted: Friday, May 1, 2020

ILC Dover is proud to be a member of the Dynetics, Inc. team for the Artemis Human Landing System (HLS). Dynetics (a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos) has been selected by NASA as the prime contractor and system integrator for the Artemis HLS. NASA’s Artemis program plans to land Americans—including the first woman—on the Moon by 2024. Dynetics needed a team of agile, experienced and trusted companies to minimize schedule and reduce risk. ILC Dover – having designed and manufactured every EVA spacesuit for NASA astronauts for more than half a century – was a natural fit on the Dynetics team.

About ILC Dover
ILC Dover was founded in 1947, with one goal: to develop innovative solutions to solve its customers’ complex problems applying its best talent and highest-quality materials. Today, ILC’s 700+ team members serve customers globally across 6 facilities in North America, Europe and Asia. ILC ‘s broad solution set serves customers across diverse end markets, including pharma/biopharma, food and beverage and aerospace and defense. In space and here on Earth, ILC Dover goes above and beyond to protect people, payloads and our national security. From spacesuits and space vehicle landing airbags for NASA and commercial astronauts, we routinely overcome technical, logistical and geographical barriers to engineer advanced solutions that work in the real world.

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