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Blue Origin, along with it partners Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Draper, was one of three companies to be awarded contracts by NASA to develop human lunar landers for future moon missions. Blue Origin’s so-called “National Team” is focused on developing a Human Landing System (HLS) for NASA to support its efforts to return human […]Blue Origin, along with it partners Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Draper, was one of three companies to be awarded contracts by NASA to develop human lunar landers for future moon missions. Blue Origin’s so-called “National Team” is focused on developing a Human Landing System (HLS) for NASA to support its efforts to return human […]

Blue Origin’s human lunar lander all-star space team completes first key milestone for moon mission – TechCrunch

The Space Review: Moon and Mars advocates find peace

Companies are creating virtual worlds with NASA’s planetary data and augmenting our own, enabling immersive experiences of space.Companies are creating virtual worlds with NASA’s planetary data and augmenting our own, enabling immersive experiences of space.

Planets Take Virtual Shape on Earth with NASA Knowledge and Imagery | NASA

Here's the deal — NASA wants 500g of dust. And, they will pay a hefty price for it, as per the contract. You just have to go and get it. Here's the catchHere’s the deal — NASA wants 500g of dust. And, they will pay a hefty price for it, as per the contract. You just have to go and get it. Here’s the catch — they want it from the Moon, a…

NASA wants Moon dust, and they want it now - Asia Times

With all the nasty things going on around us, there’s one aspect of human activity than makes us hopeful we are eventually going to overcome our difficulties: space exploration. Thanks to the involvement of private companies to a degree never before reached, space exploration is now in what is likely to become its true golden age, the one when we return to the Moon and land humans on Mars.With all the nasty things going on around us, there’s one aspect of human activity than makes us hopeful we are eventually going to overcome our difficulties: space exploration. Thanks to the involvement of private companies to a degree never before reached, space exploration is now in what is likely to become its true golden age, the one when we return to the Moon and land humans on Mars.

NASA to 3D Print Rocket Parts with Metal Powder and Lasers - autoevolution

Dr Philip Metzger said nations, companies and entrepreneurs such as SpaceX's Elon Musk and Amazon chief Jeff Bezos will soon be racing to be the first to set up a permanent lunar base Dr Philip Metzger said nations, companies and entrepreneurs such as SpaceX's Elon Musk and Amazon chief Jeff Bezos will soon be racing to be the first to set up a permanent lunar base

Mining on the Moon will be biggest 'economic revolution' in history, expert says - Daily Star

Blue Origin says the aerospace team that it’s leading has completed its first “gated milestone” in a NASA-funded effort to develop a crewed lunar lander.Blue Origin says the aerospace team that it’s leading has completed its first “gated milestone” in a NASA-funded effort to develop a crewed lunar lander.

Blue Origin and partners pass key lunar lander milestone

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine suggested Sept. 14 that NASA might send the first Artemis human landing mission away from the south pole.NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine suggested Sept. 14 that NASA might send the first Artemis human landing mission away from the south pole.

Bridenstine hints Artemis 3 could land near Apollo site - SpaceNews

Most people look at the moon and see a pretty object in the night sky. Nasa, however, wants companies to start seeing a business opportunity.The US space agency is asking private companies around theMost people look at the moon and see a pretty object in the night sky. Nasa, however, wants companies to start seeing a business opportunity.The US space agency is asking private companies around the

NASA wants to buy moon rocks, but it’s mainly aimed at encouraging commercial companies to develop space exploration technology.NASA wants to buy moon rocks, but it’s mainly aimed at encouraging commercial companies to develop space exploration technology.

NASA places ad for moon rocks

Blue Origin, along with it partners Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Draper, was one of three companies to be awarded contracts by NASA to develop human lunar landers for future moon missions. Blue Origin's so-called "National Team" is focused on developing a Human Landing SystemBlue Origin, along with it partners Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Draper, was one of three companies to be awarded contracts by NASA to develop human lunar landers for future moon missions. Blue Origin's so-called "National Team" is focused on developing a Human Landing System

Blue Origin's human lunar lander all-star space team completes first key milestone for moon mission