NASA is expanding its push for commercial partnerships in space projects, with a call for proposals from private companies that may be able to use the agency’s lunar-landing know-how in exchange for rides to the surface of the Moon. The move, an apparent effort by the U.S. space agency to take advantage of the investment going into the Google Lunar X Prize competition, is aimed at setting up one or more Space Act agreements (SAA) with private companies working on commercial lunar ...
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