NASA Assigns First Commercial Lunar Payloads

Artist's concept of Astrobotic Peregrine robotic lander.
Credit: NASA

HOUSTON—NASA has selected 16 wide-ranging science investigations and technology demonstrations for launch next year as the first payloads to be delivered to the Moon’s surface by two of 14 companies qualified by the agency for lunar missions under NASA’s $2.6 billion, 10-year Commercial Lunar...

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