NASA will pay a $ 1 company to collect rock samples from the moon

  • Justin Harper
  • Business reporter – BBC News

The US space agency “NASA” will pay a company one dollar to collect rock samples from the surface of the moon after the company wins this tender.

On Thursday, Lunar Outpost was awarded a contract to collect samples for NASA.

The contract is one of four awarded by the agency under its low-cost lunar resource collection program.

Other companies winning the contracts include “Mastin Space Systems” in California and IcePace of Japan, in addition to its European subsidiary.

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