Jeff Bezos unveils Blue Origin's lunar lander Blue Moon
Friday, 10 May 2019 We’re getting a clearer look at the spacecraft that could one day bring people to the moon. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos on Thursday showed off Blue Moon, a lunar lander developed by Bezos' spaceflight company Blue Origin. Its reveal comes nearly two months after the White House announced its goal of returning to the moon. Mark Strassmann reports.
Gizmodo reports that billionaire Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, a privately funded aerospace manufacturer and spaceflight company announced its first lunar lander. The 'Blue Moon' lander has been “years in development,” according to the company’s new project webpage. The craft can reportedly land...
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