From landers ready to roam the Moon to companies that can downlink data in the blink of an eye, here is a look at space enterprises that are winning support.  Astrobotic Technology CEO John Thornton led the building of NASA’s Scarab concept robot for lunar drilling at Carnegie Mellon University. In 2007, CMU spun off Astrobotic, a company with the intention of making space accessible to the world. A dozen years later, the Pittsburgh-based company is signed up to ...


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