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Moon Race Roundup: The Hard Life
Walks on the beach, trips to Hawaii, and crazy human acrobatics were on the list of intense challenges for the Google Lunar XPRIZE moon robots this week.
Moon Roundup: Lindbergh's Legacy
The Google Lunar XPRIZE teams want to make trips to the Moon as normal as a flight across the Atlantic. Here's a look at how.
XPRIZE Encourages Congress to Include Incentivized Prizes in U.S. Innovation Toolkit
The power of prizes to find solutions to the biggest problems facing our nation today was recognized in Washington earlier this month. As XPRIZE Vice President of Prize Development, I testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology Subcommittee on Research and Technology at the “Prizes to Spur Innovation and Technology Breakthroughs” hearing.
Moon Roundup: CATALYSTs, Sparked!
NASA sparked two teams with their Lunar CATALYST program, while students got inspired---and involved! With video games for change, stratos balloons, and rocket launches in person.
Moon Roundup: Influencers, Explorers, and Robots
Major influencers and explorers---including Cousteau's grandson; Croatia's president; and more---are getting into the loop: the Moon race is on, and exploration is back!
Moon Roundup: Rock Stars
A Google Lunar XPRIZE team launched a rockstar's new album. Into space. Meanwhile, another team hung out with Commander Chris Hadfield.
Moon Roundup: $16 Million Statement
One of the Google Lunar XPRIZE teams has received a $16.4 million donation! A historic statement for space exploration.
Moon Roundup: On A Roll!
The Google Lunar XPRIZE teams were on a roll with rocket flights, lander tests, and great video! Plus: the competition makes its way into primetime TV!
Moon Roundup: Mighty Allies
The Google Lunar XPRIZE teams are joining forces to reach the Moon, as they explain the challenges they face (and travel to King's Landing from "Game of Thrones"!).