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Astrobotic to Develop New Commercial Payload Service for NASA’s Human Landing System

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Astrobotic to Develop New Commercial Payload Service for NASA’s Human Landing System

Astrobotic to Develop New Commercial Payload Service for NASA’s Human Landing System

Astrobotic to Develop New Commercial Payload Service for NASA’s Human Landing System - SpaceRef

Astrobotic to Develop New Commercial Payload Service for NASA’s Human Landing System

Astrobotic to Develop New Commercial Payload Service for NASA’s Human Landing System

PITTSBURGH (Astrobotic PR) – Astrobotic proudly announces that it is has been selected to develop and lead a new commercial payload service onboard the Dynetics Human Landing System ...

Astrobotic and Spacebit Annouce Agreement to Bring the First UK Commercial Payload to the Moon

Astrobotic and Spacebit Annouce Agreement to Bring the First UK Commercial Payload to the Moon

Astrobotic and Spacebit Annouce Agreement to Bring the First UK Commercial Payload to the Moon - SpaceRef

An update on NASA’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services program with lessons learned

An update on NASA’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services program with lessons learned

On February 10, 2020 NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine presented the State of NASA. In his speech h

Astrobotic teams with Airbus for ESA Moon mission

Astrobotic teams with Airbus for ESA Moon mission

The European Space Agency has selected Airbus Defence and Space, in partnership with Astrobotic, to study the delivery of a payload package to the Moon.

NASA awards $43.2M to Blue Origin, SpaceX and others for tech to take us to the Moon and Mars

NASA awards $43.2M to Blue Origin, SpaceX and others for tech to take us to the Moon and Mars

NASA has announced the total funding it will distribute to the 14 companies it’s chosen to work with on developing key, innovative technologies that will be instrumental in helping get the ...

NASA picks nine companies to compete for commercial lunar lander missions

NASA picks nine companies to compete for commercial lunar lander missions

NASA has selected nine companies to be eligible for bids to carry NASA-sponsored experiments to the moon, beginning as soon as next year: Astrobotic Technology Inc., based in Pittsburgh ...

NASA picks nine commercial teams for moon deliveries – including dark horses

NASA picks nine commercial teams for moon deliveries – including dark horses

NASA says it’s partnering on lunar delivery services with nine commercial teams, headed by companies that run the gamut from the space industry’s heavyweights to startups.

NASA Chooses Private Companies for Future Moon Landings

NASA Chooses Private Companies for Future Moon Landings

Nine companies will vie for a share of more than $2 billion dollars to build small landers to carry experimental payloads to the lunar surface.

Moon Express Looks to Canada for International Growth and Signs MOU with the Canadian Space Agency

Moon Express Looks to Canada for International Growth and Signs MOU with the Canadian Space Agency

There is some irony in the signing today of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between Moon Express

NASA reveals companies that will help it return to the moon

NASA reveals companies that will help it return to the moon

It has selected nine companies that can bid on future payload missions.

NASA announces moon partners

NASA announces moon partners

Learn about aerospace industry developments in AIAA’s Aerospace America Magazine, the voice of the aerospace industry.

9 US Companies Are Going to the Moon! Here Are NASA's New Partners.

9 US Companies Are Going to the Moon! Here Are NASA's New Partners.

NASA has selected the first batch of U.S. companies to join the agency on its journey to its next destination, the moon, which NASA wants to explore in order to prepare to go on to Mars.