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Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #34 October 23, 2010

Posted by Nick Azer in : Google Lunar X Prize, Google Lunar X Prize Roundup , trackback

The Google Lunar X PRIZE is a $30 million¬†competition¬†challenging private space enterprises to land a rover on the Moon. Each week, I round up all the latest developments as the teams rocket forwards and upwards…

Oct 12th-19th was a landmark week for the GLXP: NASA awarded a huge shot in the arm to six teams, including a previously unannounced one! All the details for a great week:

I’ve tinkered with the format a bit with this roundup: having enabled Apture on the site (highlight any text to learn more about it via a handy on-page search and awesomeness box), it greatly reduces the sometimes-crazy amount of linkage I’ve had on posts before.

A question for you: are links on every team name important, or is Apture and the linked news enough to get you info on them (and keep the posts readable)?


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