The lander’s landing time will be determined by a weather balloon and its parachute.
The lander will be able to take its first pictures of the sunlit beach, which is expected to be full of surfers and surfers will be watching the landing from the beach.
In addition to the beach, the landing will take place on a large sandbank and at the northern end of the beach will be the site of a picnic area.
A spokesman for the US-based company said the landing was “a milestone in the life of the lander”.
“The landers landing in Australia is a milestone for both Australia and the US, as it is the first time the landers have completed a long-duration mission on land,” he said.
“The US team will also celebrate the arrival of the landing module at its launch site on the Australian coast in Australia’s south.”
In a matter of hours, the land team will begin preparations for the final touches on the land, with the landing system and parachutes set to launch at a later date.
“Mr Johnson said the mission was the most difficult of the group’s four planned missions, but was expected to deliver some surprises.”
That’s where the challenge lies. “
It’s not just about what we see on the surface, but what we don’t see on that beach.”
That’s where the challenge lies.
We have to make sure that we get as close to that as we can and that’s what we are doing.