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Jeff Bezos Unveils Lunar Lander, Wants To Take Humans To The Moon

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Jeff Bezos Unveils Lunar Lander, Wants To Take Humans To The Moon

Jeff Bezos Unveils Lunar Lander, Wants To Take Humans To The Moon

Business Insider reports Jeff Bezos has unveiled a lunar-landing vehicle created by his rocket company Blue Origin.

The lander, called "Blue Moon," is designed to deliver a variety of payloads to the moon's surface.

The company says it has a goal of creating a "sustained human presence" on the moon.

Blue Origin has received millions of dollars in grants from NASA to develop lunar-lander systems.

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