America’s Moon Landing Milestone: Private Companies Partner with NASA

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In a historic achievement, the United States has officially returned to the moon, courtesy of an unmanned lunar spacecraft named Odysseus, marking the first US moon landing in over half a century. 

Spearheaded by Texas-based engineering firm Intuitive Machines, this monumental feat represents a significant stride forward in space exploration.

The recent success of Odysseus comes on the heels of failed attempt by another private company last month.

 The Peregrine One developed a propulsion fault during its attempt at a soft lunar landing on January 9th. And Pittsburgh-based Astrobotic’s spacecraft ended in flames over the Pacific Ocean.

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NASA Partners With Private Companies

According to Johns Hopkins University professor Charles Bennett, the surge in private sector involvement in space endeavors signals a paradigm shift in the industry.