NASA Needs a Hand Unloading Payloads on the Moon
Our interviews with NASA engineer Paul Kessler and HeroX CEO Christian Cotichini will guide those who want to take on the challenge. Read it here first.
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NASA wants you to get your best game on and seek a solution for one of its lunar-related problems, again: HeroX, a social network for crowdsourced solutions, just launched a brand-new challenge on account of the NASA Tournament Lab and NASA's Langley Research Center (LRC): "NASA's Lunar Delivery Challenge."
NASA's Artemis program aims to land the first woman and the next man on the surface of the Moon in 2024 and achieve a sustained human presence on the Moon in the next decade. But first, it has to tackle a series of obstacles to achieve this goal.
Today, NASA is urging you to find a way to unload payloads that will be arriving from Earth to the lunar surface with the goal of building a moon base, per the press release provided by HeroX.