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Bezos offers to cover $2 billion in NASA costs in exchange for astronaut lunar lander contract – CNBC

NASA in April awarded Elon Musk’s SpaceX with a sole $2.89 billion contract to build the next crewed lunar lander under its Human…

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Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos on Monday offered to cover billions of dollars of NASA costs in exchange for a contract to build a lunar lander to land astronauts on the moon.
Bezos said Blue Origin would waive all payments up to $2 billion from the National…

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