NASA needs help from the private sector to land astronauts on the Moon again


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When NASA first landed astronauts on the Moon several decades
ago, it was an entirely government-driving affair. The U.S. was in
the midst of a space race with rivals overseas, and coming up short
was simply not an option. These days, things are a lot different
for NASA, and cooperation with other countries as well as has been
vital.

Now, as NASA prepares to revisit the Moon within the next
decade, the space agency is reaching out to the private sector in
the hopes of streamlining the development of the technologies that
will allow astronauts to make the journey.


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NASA needs help from the private sector to land astronauts on the
Moon again
originally appeared on BGR.com on Fri, 8 Feb 2019 at 19:06:57 EDT.
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NASA needs help from the private sector to land astronauts on the Moon again