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Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundups! August 7, 2012

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I’ve been posting some awesome Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundups, all about the moon prize goodness from around the GLXP!

Check out GLXP Roundups #2-5 over at MyMoon!:

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #2

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #3

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #4

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #5

Check those out for all the best Google Lunar X PRIZE  highlights from everyone’s favorite moon prize, over at my new home–NASA’s MyMoon! :)

 

 

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #1 July 6, 2012

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Over at MyMoonSpace.com, I’ve started up my Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundups again!:

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #1

Check those out for the five best items from the Google Lunar X PRIZE and all it’s moon prize goodness each week. Private space is hitting the mainstream, so it’s a fun time to be following the Lunar X PRIZE :) I’ll be posting them every weekend, and I’ll link to them from here.

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #44 April 15, 2011

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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… :)

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #43 March 28, 2011

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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…

The first half of March brought a bevy of significant updates all around the GLXP—both quantity and quality! The full rundown for March1st-March15th:

A handy note: The official GLXP team pages now have a video bar at the bottom with each team’s Youtube and other updates! Quick-click grand centrals for GLXP vloggage :)

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #42 March 12, 2011

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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…

Late February was a huge time for the Google Lunar X PRIZE—EIGHT new teams became official! Holy Tchaikovsky! Without further ado, here’s all the highlights for Feburary 15th-March 1st:

Keep an eye out for my profiles on the 8 new teams over the next few weeks, and I’ll have Roundup #43 (for Mar 1st-15th) up soon as well! :)

 

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #41 February 6, 2011

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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…

A seriously action-packed couple of weeks (Jan 15-31st) for the Google Lunar X PRIZE! New teams, gobs of funding, new partners and a whole lot more! Check it out:

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #40 January 26, 2011

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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…

This site is Apture-enabled, so highlight any phrase to discover more about it :)

Here’s your first salvo of GLXP goodness for 2011, covering all the highlights from January 1st-15th:

For more GLXP goodness, check out the increasingly-active official Youtube channel of the GLXP! :)

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #39 January 5, 2011

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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…

This site is Apture-enabled, so highlight any phrase to find out more about it :)

With the holidays in the rear view mirror and 2011 upon us, it’s time for a gift-sized GLXP roundup— all the GLXP news and highlights for the entire month of December! Directly from Santa, who apparently (as Apollo 8 reported) is an at least part-time resident of the Moon:

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #38 December 2, 2010

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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…

This site is Apture-enabled, so highlight any phrase to find out more about it :)

Now that we’ve all recovered from the feasting and shopping, it’s time for a Thanksgiving-sized GLXP roundup. So, here goes with three weeks (Nov 8th-29th) of goodness, including a flurry of activity from SELENE and a number of new partnerships all around:

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #37 November 14, 2010

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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…

Nov. 1st-8th produced a pretty neat batch of articles around the GLXP, including an interview with an Apollo rover developer…