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Google Wanted to Give Away $30 Million for Landing on the Moon. But Nobody Won [Fortune]

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PDF Apollo 17 astronuat Jack Schmitt standing on surface of moon while holding rake full of rock samples, w. Rover in distance Time Life Pictures The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images By Aric Jenkins 10:48 AM EST After 10 long years, the Google -sponsored competition to land a robot on the moon for millions of dollars will end without a winner. The XPrize foundation, which hosted the competition in collaboration with Google , announced Tuesday that the grand prize of $30 million will go unclaimed since none of the five teams will be able to reach the moon by the March 31st deadline. While the nonprofit said that it “did expect a winner by now,” it may move forward with a new sponsor to fund a prize if possible or reframe the Lunar XPrize as a non-cash competition. A decade ago, teams were challenged to land an un [Read more]

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