NASA Selects Draper For Commercial Lunar Far Side Science Mission

Artist's concept of Series-2 lunar lander.
Credit: Draper
NASA has awarded a $73 million contract to Draper, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, under the agency’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) program for a robotic mission to Schrodinger Basin on the Moon’s far side to conduct a series of geophysical and environmental science investigations. The site...

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