"By leveraging commercial launchers, orbiters, landers, and platforms, NASA will be able to explore and conduct science on the moon far more quickly and cost-effectively than if the agency was planning a more traditional exploration strategy," writes Moon Express CEO Bob Richards. Credit: Moon Express
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Artist’s concept of the MX-1 robotic explorer Moon Express intends to send land on the lunar surface. (Credit: Moon Express)
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MX-1E Moon Express
MX-1E Moon Express
Moon Express's MX-1 lander. Credit: Moon Express artist's concept
Moon Express's MX-1 lander. Credit: Moon Express artist's concept
Moon Express's MX-1 lander. Credit: Moon Express artist's concept
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Moon Express's MX-1 lander. Credit: Moon Express artist's concept

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