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NASA enlists commercial partners to fly payloads to Moon

Space Daily Wednesday, 9 September 2020
NASA enlists commercial partners to fly payloads to MoonWashington DC (SPX) Sep 09, 2020

NASA has issued another request to its 14 Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) partners to bid on flying a suite of payloads to the Moon. The request asks partners to fly 10 NASA science investigations and technology demonstrations to a non-polar region of the Moon in 2022. Through the CLPS initiative, NASA taps its commercial partners to quickly land scientific instruments and technol
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