Blue Origin loses lawsuit over NASA's SpaceX lunar lander contract | Engadget

We are also under contract with NASA to develop in-situ resource utilization technology, lunar space robotics, and lunar landing sensor collaboration including testing on New Shepard. The company was also keen to tout its continued involvement with the Artemis program, including development of lunar resource systems, robotics and sensors. Returning astronauts safely to the Moon through NASAs public-private partnership model requires an unprejudiced procurement process alongside sound policy that incorporates redundant systems and promotes competition. "Not the decision we wanted, but we respect the courts judgment, and wish full success for NASA and SpaceX on the contract. We are fully engaged with NASA to mature sustainable lander designs, conduct a wide variety of technology risk reductions, and provide Commercial Lunar Payload Services. It added that it was working with multiple companies on Artemis projects, such as a 2022 request for recurring lunar landing services.Please enter a valid email address Blue Origin has failed in its lawsuit against NASA over SpaceX's lunar lander contract.
Blue Origin has failed in its lawsuit against NASA over SpaceX's lunar lander contract. CNBCreports the Federal Court of Claims has ruled against Blue Origin, dismissing the company's claims. While t… [+799 chars]