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SpaceX wins $50 million deal for NASA astrophysics mission

bizjournals Tuesday, 9 July 2019
NASA has awarded SpaceX a $50.3 million contract to provide launch services for an astrophysics mission that includes three space telescopes that will study black holes and other cosmic phenomena.
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News video: Carnegie Mellon & Astrobotic to build MoonRanger rovers for NASA

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WASHINGTON — Carnegie Mellon University and Astrobotic, a space robotics company, have been awarded a $5.6 million contract by NASA to build a small, speedy lunar rover called MoonRanger. According to Astrobotic, the autonomous rover will weigh only 13 kilograms and could land on the moon by...

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