NASA-sponsored moon mission will launch on a SpaceX rocket

A NASA-contracted lunar lander bound for the moon’s South Pole will launch on a SpaceX rocket in late 2022.

Earlier this year, NASA selected Masten Space Systems to manage the delivery of eight different payloads to the moon’s pole as part of the agency’s Artemis program designed to land humans in the same region in 2024. Masten has hired SpaceX to launch its XL-1 lunar lander for the delivery, the company announced on Wednesday (Aug. 26).

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