Boeing Won’t Protest NASA Human Landing System Awards

NASA passed on Boeing’s Human Landing System offer.
Credit: Boeing
CAPE CANAVERAL—Boeing, which was shut out of nearly $1 billion of NASA funding to develop human-class lunar landers, said it does not plan to protest the awards, which went to teams led by Blue Origin, Dynetics and SpaceX. “We are focusing on the future and our contractual commitments to NASA on SLS...

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