Discover how Capella has been used in Garatéa Mission, the Brazilian first attempt to send a probe to lunar orbit / surface.
The Aeronautics Institute of Technology (ITA) is one of the top engineering Brazilian schools in advanced research in aerospace science and technology.
Astrobotic provides an end-to-end safe delivery service for payloads to the Moon. On each delivery mission to the Moon,
those are integrated onto a single Peregrine Lunar Lander and then launched on a commercially procured launch vehicle.
Mateus Venturini has made researches about one of Garatéa’s mission and its Astrobotic lunar landing vehicle (the Peregrine Lunar Lander).
The standard physical mounting interface for the payloads needs to be optimized for the specific mission profile.
Discover how ITA, through the work of Mateus Venturini, used Capella to optimize all the systems of the Peregrine Lunar Lander.
This webinar was driven by Mateus Venturini (from Aeronautics Institute of Technology - ITA)
Aerospace Engineer by the Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil, Mateus Venturini has worked at the National Institute for Space Research (INPE) between the years of 2015 and 2019 in Santa Maria, RS.
After that, he started his internship at the Aeronautics Institute of Technology (ITA) in São José dos Campos, SP. During this time, Mateus started working with Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) and has been doing it for almost a year now.
Nowadays, Mateus works as a researcher at the ITA Space Center (CEI) while pursuing to get a Master’s Degree at ITA.