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NASA selects 11 US firms, including Jeff Bezos` Blue Origin, Elon Musk`s SpaceX, to build human lunar landers

Zee News Saturday, 18 May 2019
The US space agency NASA has selected 11 companies including Jeff Bezos` Blue Origin, Elon Musk`s SpaceX to develop prototypes of human landers for its Artemis lunar exploration programme.
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News video: Humans in space: Jeff Bezos unveils space colony vision

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WASHINGTON — Jeff Bezos, the richest man on Earth, has a vision for the future of humanity that is out of this world. Literally. Last week, Blue Origin unveiled the design of its first lunar lander called, Blue Moon. At the same time Bezos announced his grand vision for human-kind: to create...

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