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NASA picks partner to land water-measuring technology on the moon – Fox Business

NASA has picked Houston-based Intuitive Machines to land a water-measuring technology on the moon.

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NASA has picked Houston-based Intuitive Machines to land a water-measuring technology on the moon.
The space agency has awarded Intuitive Machines an approximately $47 million contract to deliver a drill combined with a mass spectrometer to the lunar surface by December 2022.
The moon looms large in America’s future. NASA’s Artemis program aims to land American astronauts on the moon by 2024 and establish a sustainable human presence on Earth’s natural satellite.
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