Lunar X Prize Triggers Transport Deals, Preservation Worries

CAPE TOWN, South Africa — The Google Lunar X Prize has already had its desired effect, spurring a vigorous competition among 26 teams which have spent almost as much as the $30 million the search-engine giant put up in prize money for reaching the Moon’s surface and sending back pictures. Some of...

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