NASA picks 3 companies to design lunar rover for Artemis astronauts to drive on the moon

NASA’s next moon car is starting to take shape.

The agency has selected three private teams — led by the companies Intuitive Machines, Lunar Outpost and Venturi Astrolab, respectively — to develop their versions of the Lunar Terrain Vehicle (LTV), the rover that Artemis astronauts will drive around the moon’s southern polar region beginning in 2030.


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