Blue Origin and Dynetics file protests to GAO after SpaceX wins NASA’s moon lander contract



Private spaceflight companies Blue Origin and Dynetics are both filing protests to the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), in response to NASA’s decision to make their competitor SpaceX the sole winner of a contract to build the lunar lander for the agency’s Artemis program.

Earlier this month, NASA named SpaceX the sole winner of a contest between the three companies to develop and build the lunar lander that will put the next NASA astronauts on the moon with Artemis. NASA’s Artemis program aims to return astronauts to the moon’s surface by 2024, an ambitious timeline that was set by former President Donald Trump’s administration and which has not been revised since President Joe Biden’s administration has taken office. 





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