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Lunar Roundup: National Authority
There were a lot of national forces getting involved in the Google Lunar X PRIZE this week! SpaceIL picked up a dominant Israeli telecom sponsor; Astrobotic picked up a NASA contract; and the nation of Cyprus is getting involved with team Synergy Moon! Plus, some great fun videos.
Exploring the European Union's Space Policy
Last week, the European Commission in Brussels hosted the fifth annual conference on the European Union Space Policy. The EU’s space policy was first adopted in the spring of 2007 and aims to provide a common political framework to align the space activities of the European Space Agency and the twenty-nine member states of the European Union – no easy task and one that still provides some heated debate!
Lunar Roundup: Pathways
Pathways were a theme for this week's top five Google Lunar X PRIZE highlights! White Label Space has chosen a new path, while people from Moon Express, Stellar, Synergy Moon, and Penn State Lunar Lion all talked about where they (and, potentially, you) have come from, and where they are going!
Lunar Roundup: Firepower!
A historic week for the competition! Barcelona Moon announced they will compete with SpaceX and others as a launch provider; ARCA plans to launch their own rocket to orbit this year; Stellar says they're coming in with 'a lot of firepower'; Plan B wants to launch the first Moon currency; and Moon Express wants to make photographic history from the Moon! [Image: ARCA's supersonic plane launch system.]
Unleashing Innovation to Save Our Oceans
Rapid acidification of our oceans presents a challenge well suited for utilizing the incentivized competition methodology to crowdsource the genius required to create the solutions sorely needed before it's too late.
Lunar Roundup: Art and Inspiration
Welcome to this week’s Lunar Roundup! A power rankings-style look at who & what’s been “Awesome!” over the last seven days of the Google Lunar X PRIZE.Moon Express talked moon telescopes (and Hawaii); Part Time Scientists posted a funny new comic; Popular Mechanics picked their bets for who's winning the X PRIZE; and Penn State Lunar Lion sat down to talk about a bright future, while UC Riverside began celebrating 'citizen space' with an art exhibition!The five best picks from January 15th-21st, 2013:---1) Island Scope!
Lunar Roundup: The Greatest Competition
This week's GLXP highlights! A lot of quotables, as Team Indus was profiled by several publications; Penn State Lunar Lion provided details in an interview; Euroluna provided an update from a gorgeous spot; a Synergy Moon art partner completed their Kickstarter; and Team Italia featured the assembly of a CubeSat!
Lunar Roundup: SpiderBots and Caves
This week's highlights! Synergy Moon talked about their plans to unleash a swarm (of bots); VentureBeat featured Astrobotic's moon plans, including cave exploration; former GLXP chief Will Pomerantz Reddited about the PRIZE; ARCA posted great photos from their ExoMars press conference; and Astrobotic posted their own technical feature.
Lunar Roundup: To Mars and Beyond
This week's X PRIZE updates! A bunch of great videos as ARCA joined a major Mars mission and made progress on their rocket; Moon Express talked about becoming the FedEx of the Moon; and Team Indus, Omega Envoy, and others recapped their 2012 achievements!
Lunar Roundup: Mayans and an Acquisition
This week's best highlights! A big move went down, as Moon Express acquired Rocket City Space Pioneers! Meanwhile, the Mayans predicted team Puli's rover; Euroluna met with Team Indus in India; and Omega Envoy's fundraising lessons-learned were featured as they picked up another sponsor.
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