Lockheed And GM Partner On Artemis Moon Buggy Project

Moon buggy  Dec. 11, 1972
The last roving vehicle on the Moon was driven by Apollo 17 Commander Eugene Cernan, photographed by crewmate Harrison Schmitt during the mission’s first moonwalk on Dec. 11, 1972.
Credit: Harrison Schmitt/NASA
With the debut mission in NASA’s deep-space Artemis program being prepared for launch, spacecraft prime contractor Lockheed Martin figures it is not too soon to begin planning for how astronauts will get around on the lunar surface. Toward that goal, the company is partnering with General Motors to...

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