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ON THE MOON

The Intuitive Machines Nova‑C has landed on the Moon with our Omni‑Heat™ Infinity tech protecting it from extreme temperatures in space. We’re incredibly proud to be part of this historic effort, and to be able to push our innovations even further.
Mission timeline. Landing highlighted.
Rendering of the Nova C lunar lander in space

Tested Tough In Space

We go the extra mile to test our gear, plus another 238,899 (give or take).
Inspired by a NASA space blanket, our Omni‑Heat™ technology has kept outdoor explorers warm for years. Now advanced Omni‑Heat™ Infinity thermal‑reflective is going to space. But it’s still the same tech we use to keep you comfortable here on Earth.
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From Your Jacket
To The Moon

Inspired by a NASA space blanket, our Omni‑Heat™ technology has kept outdoor explorers warm for years. Now advanced Omni‑Heat™ Infinity thermal‑reflective is going to space. But it’s still the same tech we use to keep you comfortable here on Earth.

About The Mission

In December 1972, Apollo 17 astronauts took humankind’s last steps on the moon. In February 2024, the return journey continues. Intuitive Machines has sent the unmanned Nova‑C lunar lander to the surface of the Moon for the first visit of a U.S. spacecraft in more than 50 years, with Columbia’s Omni‑Heat™ Infinity technology helping protect it from extreme temperatures in space.

As part of NASA’s Artemis Program lunar exploration efforts, the IM‑1 mission will help to lay the foundation for a sustainable human presence on the Moon. More broadly, it is an ambitious scientific quest fueled by a desire to fully understand our solar system and gain knowledge to help progress humanity.

For Columbia, it is an unparalleled opportunity for exploration and discovery, paving the way for advancements in technologies and materials innovations that will enhance our products and ultimately the lives of our customers.
line drawing of a moon lander

About The Mission

In December 1972, Apollo 17 astronauts took humankind’s last steps on the moon. In February 2024, the return journey continues. Intuitive Machines has sent the unmanned Nova‑C lunar lander to the surface of the Moon for the first visit of a U.S. spacecraft in more than 50 years, with Columbia’s Omni‑Heat™ Infinity technology helping protect it from extreme temperatures in space.

As part of NASA’s Artemis Program lunar exploration efforts, the IM‑1 mission will help to lay the foundation for a sustainable human presence on the Moon. More broadly, it is an ambitious scientific quest fueled by a desire to fully understand our solar system and gain knowledge to help progress humanity.

For Columbia, it is an unparalleled opportunity for exploration and discovery, paving the way for advancements in technologies and materials innovations that will enhance our products and ultimately the lives of our customers.
Rendering of the Nova C lunar lander on the moon.