A crewed mission to Mars starts off with a seven month journey on the Pythom spaceship. Once in orbit, our two Olympus vehicles will detach from the ship; one inhabited by the crew and the other one stored with supplies.
Once in orbit around a target, Olympus landers detach from the spaceship and land on a planet, a moon, or an asteroid. Olympus is designed to ferry humans and provisions, and return explorers back to the spaceship. Pythom Black Magic propulsion system is transferable throughout the entire space fleet, propelling rockets, landers and spaceships anywhere in the near solar system.
Supersonic parachutes and inflatable air brakes lower entry speed. Heat shield protects the vehicle from extreme temperatures.
Approaching ground, Olympus ejects the heat shield, fires the Asterex engines, and deploys the landing legs.
Barebone takeoff back to spaceship. Olympus strips outer layers. Crew launches in an unpressurized cabin.
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