NaviComp name LUN
NaviComp coordinates

X: -290
Y: -2300

Has atmosphere No
Has solid surface Yes
Can be landed on Yes
Can be splashed-down on No
The Moon (or LUN on the NaviComp) has no atmosphere or oceans, making landing on it with a lander possible. Because of its short distance from HOM, it is explored in Missions 8, 14, 15 and 16.

From LUN (+5) you can reach RED (990), GRN (730), MSS (610), HOM (510), and STA (450).


  • The radius of LUN has been calculated to be about 1 NaviComp unit.
  • LUN, similar to HOM, is viewed from the zenith, directly above its north pole.
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A lunar lander kicks up surface dust as it touches down on LUN's surface

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LUN as seen by a Voyager-X in Mission 15

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LUN as seen by the Orlets-1 Survey Satellite in Mission 8