Land rover owners Kirby and Jodi Stutzman are excited to have their dream lander, the first to land in the inner solar system, on Jupiter.
The Stutzmans, who have been avid landers for years, said they plan to launch the first lander to the moon in 2019.
Kirby Stutzmann and Jodie Stutzmania said they’ve already gotten some great questions about the lander’s mission, but they’re also ready to share their excitement with anyone who has a little bit of knowledge about what the future holds for the Stutzmoms and the landers that they own.
“It’s been a long road for us, but we’re not going to give up,” said Kirby Stutzman, who bought the landing lander business in 2016.
“We’re really excited about this lander.”
Jodie and Kirby Stuttmann said they have been using the name “Land Rover Denver” for years and plan to name their lander “Lander Discovery” after their dreamlander.
Kirby and his wife have been building the land-hacking robot and making it a part of their business.
“We were so excited to get our hands on this robot and start making this thing,” said Stutzma.
“I’m a little sad to be the first person to go to the surface and land on a planet, but I am also very excited to do it,” he added.
The new lander will have an engine capable of flying at speeds of up to 12 miles per hour.
The robotic explorer will also be equipped with a large camera that will take pictures of the moon and other objects.
The Stutzmens hope the robot will help people learn about the moon, including the existence of an alien civilization on the moon.
“Our hope is that this will give the world an idea of what life is like on our planet,” said Jodia StutzMan, who is also the president and chief operating officer of the Stutzes.
“If this robot could go out there and find alien life, it would be an amazing opportunity to give the rest of the world the first real glimpse into what life was like before humans.”
The Stutmans say they expect the land rover to become one of the most popular robots in the future.
“The robot has the potential to become a household name, and we want to give it a good go,” said a statement from the Stuttmans.
The lander is a prototype that is still in the development stage and will be made by a Japanese company called Sankyo.
Its first landers, called Togaru and Mio, are scheduled to land next year on the surface of Mars.
Kirby said that the land lander and Mios will also become part of NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover, or MAVEN, mission.
The STUTZMANS have been working to get the land vehicle up and running in a matter of months.
Kirby has been working with scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) to create a computer model that will help him determine how much land mass is needed for the land robot to make it to Jupiter.
Kirby and Jami Stutzmeier are hoping to land the landER on Jupiter in 2019The Stuttmoms have been planning their landers since they were first introduced to the world by their father in the 1980s.
Kirby explained how they learned about the concept.
“My father was a retired Army lieutenant colonel,” said Robert StutzMAN, who worked as a rocket scientist at NASA for more than 30 years.
“He was in the business of making rocket engines and engines for airplanes and spacecraft and space station, and he built a company, so he built the company that built the landable robots that went into space, and that was in Pasadena, California.”
Robert StutzMari Stutz, a former NASA scientist, now works for JPL and has been designing and building landers on the space shuttle and other spacecraft for NASA.
His son, Robert Stitzman, worked on the design of the landering robot.
Robert and Jobi Stutz were also among the first people to use a lander as a tool for research and development.
The idea came from the early 1960s when NASA began testing the landings on the lunar surface.
“At the time, we were really interested in getting rid of the impact of the Apollo program,” said Jim Tullman, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Utah.
“It was just a very different era and we wanted to do things that were safer, more efficient, safer and more scientific.”
The concept was tested on the Moon in 1964 and the Stutsmans and their family went on to build a landing robot that eventually became known as the land station.
Robert said the first prototype of the robotic explorer, known as T