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MEET THE TEAMS

Below are eighteen teams, from all over the world, who dare to dream big, to push the limits of what’s possible and to make history.  Their challenge?  Develop a robot that can successfully land on the moon’s surface, travel at least 500 meters and then, transmit images back to Earth. All for a chance to win the largest incentivized prize ever –the $30M Google Lunar XPRIZE. 

FEATURED TEAMS OF THE WEEK

Plan B

"Team B” is an initiative from privately funded Canadian company Adobri Solutions Ltd. Our mission is to utilize existing technologies in software, microprocessors, communication, guidance and...

Penn State Lunar Lion Team

The Penn State Lunar Lion Team is a combination of Penn State students and faculty combined with engineers from Penn State's Applied Research Laboratory aimed at fulfilling the requirements of the...

AngelicvM

Team AngelicvM is preparing to meet the launch date of its Rover within the time period stipulated by the contest, and thus place Chile on the Moon for the first time, incorporating Chile into the...

"Doing Impossible Things" - Google Lunar Team Summit 2013

"Doing Impossible Things" - Google Lunar Team Summit 2013

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