The Artemis lunar landing program is moving ahead. While the SLS works toward its test flight, SpaceX makes progress on its Lunar Starship, and after a lawsuit-riddled two years, Blue Origin and partners will bid on a secondary landing system. Also, the Mars helicopter gets quiet, and nukes in space are back!
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- Blue Origin loses lawsuit against federal government over NASA’s human lunar lander contracts
- Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin will get a second chance to compete in NASA’s moon program
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