Google Lunar X Prize Announcements Tuesday, Wednesday

Google Lunar X PRIZE Announces Two New International Competitors at Google Headquarters

"Two new international teams in the Google Lunar X PRIZE, a $30 million competition by the X PRIZE Foundation to land a vehicle on the Moon, travel 500 meters, and transmit a "Mooncast" back to Earth, were announced today in a tele-press conference from Google Headquarters. The announcement was held as part of a Team Summit at Google Headquarters and NASA Ames. These recent additions bring the total number of teams to 16, from seven different countries."

Google Lunar X PRIZE to Announce 'Mystery Team' at NASA Ames

"The X PRIZE Foundation will reveal the identities of a "Mystery Team" competing for the $30 million Google Lunar X PRIZE during a media briefing hosted at NASA's Ames Research Center on Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008."

Editor's 16 Dec note: It would seem that MicroSat Systems has something to do with the so-called "Mystery Team". Stay tuned.

Mystery Team for the Google Lunar X Prize Reveals Team at NASA Ames Research Center

"Next Giant Leap, a small company that was the fourth team to register for the Google Lunar X-Prize, publically announced its name and team members at a press conference held today at the NASA Ames Research Center. The lead systems integrator is MicroSat Systems, Inc., known for its innovation in small spacecraft."

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