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+ - The Google Lunar X Prize->

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MarkWhittington writes "The Google Lunar X Prize is a private sector contest sponsored by the X Prize Foundation and funded by the Google Corporation with very little NASA involvement with a prize going to the first private sector team to land a small rover on the Moon. When and if the Google Lunar X Prize competition is won the people of Earth will be able to see high definition video in real time of the surface of the Moon."
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