Jeff Bezos has unveiled an enormous 'Blue Moon' lunar lander to ferry payloads — and maybe people — to the moon's surface. Here's what it looks like and how it'd work.
Friday, 10 May 2019
· Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, unveiled a life-size model of a new moon lander on Thursday for his rocket company, Blue Origin.
· Called "Blue Moon," the vehicle is designed to deliver a variety of types of payloads to the moon's surface — potentially even astronauts.
· Here's what Blue Moon looks like and what Bezos ...
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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' private aerospace company Blue Origin unveiled its new moon lander called the Blue Moon on Thursday May 9, The Guardian reports. Blue Origin unveils its new moon lander 00:58
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