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Moon Express acquires Rocket City Space Pioneers in Teaming Agreement with Dynetics
Hot on the heels of the exciting teaming between Odyssey Moon and SpaceIL, we have another teaming to announce, this time between Moon Express and Dynetics, enabling Moon Express to acquire Team Rocket City Space Pioneers (RCSP). This agreement brings to Moon Express the substantial network of space industry partners assembled by RCSP. Former RCSP team leader, Tim Pickens, well known for his pioneering work with rocket engines, will be assuming the Chief Propulsion Engineer role at Moon Express.
Lunar Roundup: A Flurry of Updates
This week's GLXP highlights! A flurry of updates, as The MoonBots winner was announced and Moon Express, JURBAN, Stellar, and Omega Envoy explored everything from lunar mining and gravity to fateful meetings in bars and Australian mission controls.
Sustainability of the Google Lunar X PRIZE
Sustainability of the Google Lunar X PRIZE This article is part five in a five part series about going back to the Moon with the Google Lunar X PRIZE by Nathan Wong.Over the past four articles, I have written about challenges and benefits of going back to the Moon, as well as looking at what might be on the horizon in terms of robotic development, but how do we get there from where we are today? Current missions to the Moon must be sustainable in order for this advancement to continue.
Team Interview: Jurban
This week's team video focuses on team Jurban from the United States. Watch as technical program manager Blaze Sanders discusses how he got involved with the team, and what some of the unique aspects of their vehicle, Jolht, are. Blaze will also be on the MyMoon Webcast Wednesday Dec 13 at 8pm EST, and the interview will be archived for later watching.
Lunar Roundup: Superstars
The five best highlights of the week! Moon Express partnered with a historic effort; Angelicum's rover won a Robot of the Year poll; Part Time Scientists' Asimov now has its own weekly comic; and White Label Space's Japanese efforts made headlines with their team interview and crowdfunding effort!
Team Interview: White Label Space
In this video, team chairman Andrew Barton discusses his plan behind going with Japan as a their home base for robotics and some of their future plans of going beyond Europe and Japan by heading over to the United States in order to be in line with ITAR regulations.
Are We on the Edge of a Revolution in Medical Diagnostics?
Health care services are one of the key pillars of any modern society. Ageing populations across the globe, emerging diseases, people living without access to proper medical services, growing economies with limited resources and serious environmental issues are our major challenges today and for the generations to come. Human creativity is needed to find innovative solutions to these global problems in terms of radical changes in health care technologies, in methods of their use and to the value chains.
Lunar Roundup: Rocket Science and Replacements
The top five highlights of the week! ARCA made big progress on their rocket, while Astrobotic sat down for an informative webcast; Stellar revealed new sponsors and plans; SpaceIL gave their Team Summit interview; and Team Indus looked at great new rover concepts.
Team Interview - Team SpaceIL
This weeks interview is with Yonatan Winetraub of Team SpaceIL. Team SpaceIL and Odyssey Moon, the first registered team in the Google Lunar X PRIZE, recently announced a merger between the two teams. It will be exciting to see how the capabilities of both of these team can be used to complete the mission objectives. Team SpaceIL is not only looking to win the Google Lunar X PRIZE, but to excite a new generation to be rocket engineers instead of rock stars.
Advances in Robotics
Advances in Robotics This article is part four in a five part series about going back to the Moon with the Google Lunar X PRIZE by Nathan Wong.
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