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Google Lunar X Prize Teams Now In a Race With China As Well As Each Other 32 32

MarkWhittington writes "The Google Lunar X Prize rules of competition have a clause that reduces the $20 million grand prize to $15 million for the first private group to land a rover on the lunar surface should a government funded rover land first. The first scheduled government funded rover to land on the moon is the Chinese Chang'e 3. It is slated for a 2013 landing."
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Google Lunar X Prize Teams Now In a Race With China As Well As Each Other

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