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NASA continues to actively seek out technologies that can make every aspect of lunar exploration easier, more accessible and more reliable. Recently the government agency awarded a grand total of $106 million (approximately £84 million) to 129 small businesses in the United States to develop their own exciting space exploration technologies, which will include self-landing spacecraft to foldout solar panels. The 142 accepted proposals will

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