Artemis Lander Conept awards

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What Lander is your favorite (Not including SpaceX)

Blue Origin
0
No votes
Dynetics
1
100%
Lockheed-Martin
0
No votes
Northrop Grumman
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 1
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Artemis Lander Conept awards

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NASA has selected the winners of the Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnerships (NextSTEP-2) contest selecting five landers to receive a portion of the $146 million fixed price award. This award is seperate from the bigger Human Landing System (HLS) awarded to SpaceX.

Blue Origin Federation of Kent, Washington, $25.6 million.
Dynetics (a Leidos company) of Huntsville, Alabama, $40.8 million.
Lockheed Martin of Littleton, Colorado, $35.2 million.
Northrop Grumman of Dulles, Virginia, $34.8 million.
SpaceX of Hawthorne, California, $9.4 million.

“Establishing a long-term human presence on the Moon through recurring services using lunar landers is a major Artemis goal,” said Kathy Lueders, NASA’s associate administrator for Human Exploration and Operations at Headquarters in Washington. “This critical step lays the foundation for U.S. leadership in learning more about the Moon and for learning how to live and work in deep space for future missions farther into the solar system.”

https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa ... r-concepts

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https://www.dynetics.com/newsroom/news/ ... nar-lander