A $30 million competition
TO LAND A PRIVATELY FUNDED
ROBOT ON THE MOONThe Google Lunar XPRIZE, the largest international incentive based prize of all time, aims to open a new era of lunar travel by vastly decreasing the cost of access to the Moon and space. Learn more about the competition
From Our Teams1.1.2015Happy New Year! HAKUTO Finishes Tests for the Milestone Prize, and Awaits the Announcement of the Results.12.15.2014
Back To The Moon For Good, chronicles teams around the world competing for the largest incentivized prize in history, by landing a robotic spacecraft on the Moon for the first time in more than 40 years.
The 2014 MoonBots Challenge is an international on-line competition that challenges youth from 9 to 17 years old to form a team, and design, create and program robots to simulate lunar missions.
MoonBots-in-a-Box is a spin-off educational project of the MoonBots Challenge. This project has been specially created for Science Centers to use with audiences all over the world.
Media MentionsFebruary 12, 2015
Maybe plans for the commercial exploration of the moon aren’t so far-fetched after all. The FAA, in a carefully worded policy statement, has essentially outlined a scenario by which a U.S.-based company – Bigelow Aerospace – could stake future claims to lunar property. That could be huge.January 30, 2015
Indian startups are beginning to make their mark in Space, demonstrating their big ambitions and the wealth of talent in cutting-edge technologies