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NASA is opening the Nighttime Precision Landing Challenge to help future missions to the moon

NASA wants your help to safely land a future lunar spacecraft in the dark, including permanently shaded craters that may be icy.

The agency is new Task № 1 for accurate landing at night plans to award as many as three prizes of up to $ 650,000 each. The task requires applicants to create sensors capable of detecting danger from a height of at least 820 feet (250 meters) and process information as they land, allowing them to land safely.



https://www.space.com/nasa-nighttime-precision-landing-challenge NASA is opening the Nighttime Precision Landing Challenge to help future missions to the moon

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