Thursday, 1 May 2014

NASA announces partners for lunar lander program

NASA has announced the selection of three US companies to develop a lunar lander to deliver payloads to the Moon’s surface. The three companies, Astrobotic Technology, Masten Space Systems, and Moon Express, won’t be receiving any funds, but will negotiate with the space agency for a partnership to exchange technical expertise and help promote the private space sector. .. Continue Reading NASA announces partners for lunar lander program

Section: Space

Tags: Lunar Lander, Masten Space Systems, Moon, NASA, Robotic, Spacecraft

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