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Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #44 April 15, 2011

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. Every two weeks, I round up the latest developments as the teams rocket forwards and upwards…


Apollo veterans are popping up left and right across the GLXP! Lots of content and some great interviews from March 15-31st, so dig right on for some of the latest developments in private space’s march to the moon…

Almost half of those were from one day—-March 31st. Phew! An epic day for GLXP goodness :) Roundup #45 should be coming along shortly (for April 1-15), so keep an eye out… :)

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1. Amanda - April 15, 2011

Thanks for keeping up with the teams — they’ve definitely been busy lately! Your quick summaries of the action are much appreciated :)

2. Nick Azer - April 18, 2011

Thanks, good to hear :) This one wasn’t too bad after that one huge day.

Might see if I can cook up a widget or something spiffy to catch more of the video updates…

-Nick :)