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'This is the only way to get back to the moon fast': Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin partners with companies on NASA moon lander

The Age Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Blue Origin joins forces with three other companies to develop its lunar lander designed to help NASA put humans on the moon by 2024.
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