CAPE CANAVERAL—NASA has cleared five more companies to bid for upcoming lunar payload flight service contracts, including SpaceX, which is offering its Mars-class reusable Starship vehicle; Blue Origin, which is developing a human-class lander; and other companies offering smaller lunar landers. “We are looking forward to broad, innovative ideas on achieving the NASA objectives,” Steve Clarke, deputy associate administrator for exploration in NASA’s Science Mission ...

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