Google Lunar X PRIZE Proposed Landing Sites

Dr Philip J. Stooke of The University of Western Ontario has put together a cool proposed landing site map based on published data from the Google Lunar X Prize Teams.  We will be updating this as the public information gets updated. Check it out here! Got a cool idea for a visualization? Email!

Looking ahead to Space 3.0

I know what you're going to say: "We've barely begun what we're calling Space 2.0 and it'll take years to get there." I'm aware of that. Sometimes it's hard to see the forest for the trees.  I mentioned on the podcast with the Google Lunar X PRIZE folks that I have a question I need... Continue Reading →

Evadot Podcast #53 – The X PRIZE factor

Guests: William Pomerantz and Amanda Stiles Will Pomerantz was our very first podcast guest on this show and is back with the lovely Amanda Stiles to chat about the registration for the Google Lunar X PRIZE competition winding down, and the competition heating up. Hosts: Michael Doornbos Email or leave a comment and let us know... Continue Reading →

Evadot Podcast #41 – Moonbots team Moonwalk

We often hear adults complain: "this generation of kids is lazy, they can't think for themselves unless it involves video games". A team of 4 who took THIRD PLACE out of hundreds of competitors in the Google Lunar X PRIZE Lego Mindstorms Challenge! The future leaders in space and science are right here. Email or leave... Continue Reading →

Evadot Podcast #38 – Pulispace

Tibor Pacher from Pulispace joins Michael to talk about their plans to become a Google Lunar X PRIZE competitor.  Despite the appearance of being a latecomer to the game, they have a great perspective and attitude and are looking to restore nation pride in space exploration to the nation of Hungary. Plus, there's a little Hungarian... Continue Reading →

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