Everyone Wins at Google Lunar X Prize

Google Lunar XPrize Makes $5.25 Million in Awards, Google Lunar XPrize

"The deadline for the Google Lunar XPRIZE was officially extended until December 31, 2016. As part of this revised timeline, at least one team must provide documentation of a scheduled launch by December 31, 2015 for all teams to move forward in the competition."

Join us for an exclusive live chat with Google Lunar XPrize teams!, CNet

"These five Milestone teams, with representatives from all over the world, will be gathered in San Francisco on Monday, January 26, for a glitzy awards ceremony."

Keith's note: 5 teams were competing for these milestone prizes. The same 5 teams won these milestone prizes. Has there ever actually been any real competition?

Team Indus wins competition to land robot on moon, bags Google Lunar Xprize of $1 million, The Economic Times

"Bengaluru headquartered space startup Team Indus has won a $1 million prize for completing an intermediate milestone as it competed with teams from across the world to become the first private enterprise which will land a robot on the moon."

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