NASA selected Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin as the second developer of the lunar lander

NASA decided to choose another developer of the lunar lander for the Artemis mission and it became Jeff Bezos’ company Blue Origin. Now SpaceX and Blue Origin will compete for which one of them is better, more comfortable, safer, and cheaper to deliver astronauts to the moon. After NASA selected ... Read more

NASA signed a $112 million contract with Firefly Aerospace to put a lander on the far side of the Moon

NASA has selected American rocket company Firefly Aerospace to put a lander on the far side of the moon in 2026 in a contract worth under a nearly $112 million contract, reports Reuters. “The commercial lander will deliver two agency payloads, as well as communication and data relay satellite for ... Read more

Goodyear is developing new tires for lunar soil

Goodyear has announced that it is developing tires for the Lunar Vehicle (LTV), to be built by Lockheed Martin in partnership with General Motors to support future moon landing  NASA Artemis missions. “Goodyear is drawing from its advanced airless tire technology used on Earth with micro-mobility, autonomous shuttles, and passenger ... Read more