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Amazon's Jeff Bezos unveils plans to send a spaceship to the moon

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Amazon's Jeff Bezos unveils plans to send a spaceship to the moonThe sector’s richest guy, Jeff Bezos, has introduced he’s going to ship a spaceship to the moon. The Amazon mogul stated his area corporate Blue Beginning will land an unmanned robot send in regards to the dimension of a space. Referred to as Blue Moon, the lunar lander is able to wearing 4 rovers and …
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Founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, has just revealed a giant lunar lander made by his spaceflight company, Blue Origin. Bezos spoke about the " Blue Moon" spacecraft during an hour-long talk in Washington, DC on Thursday. Business Insider reports he also shared his grand vision for populating the solar...

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