The Redwire Open Lattice Mast (OLM) is a self- deploying low mass, thermally and structurally stable, space flight boom engineered for positioning, instrument antennas, integrated antenna systems, and other sensors.
Ranging in sizes from < 1 m to > 100 m boom length capability, and 15 cm to 1 m boom diameter capability, the OLM deployer is easily configured for stiffness, strength, thermal stability and low mass requirements. Stowed boom length is typically < 2% of deployed length.
The OLM is configurable as a lanyard self-deployed system, a nut-driven deployed system, or a carousel-deployed system. The solution enables a broad range of applications including high-precision (arc-second) optics deployment to very small/short or large/long spacecraft deployment systems.
OLM can be used on lunar and Mars landers as well as on spacecrafts in LEO, MEO, GEO, interplanetary orbits for a range of applications including:
- Magnetometer deployment
- Instrument deployment
- Antenna deployment
- Solar array deployment
- Sensor deployment
- Camera deployment
OLM is export controlled through an ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) issued by the United States Department of Commerce, ECCN 7A104. Export shipment requires successful application for an export license.
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Last updated: 2021-10-22