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In the past five years, we developed several lunar rovers. Each got more and more sophisticated and better suited for our mission.
In this presentation we will also unveil our latest upgrade to the the well known R3 rover, as well as the latest camera technology. Those two allowed us to participate in an interims competition of the Google Lunar X Prize.
This interims prize enables us to further pursue our dream of sending a rover to the moon.
In our mission to the moon, we also have the ability to bring payloads up on the lunar surface for the first time in a few decades (unless you have some good connection to the chinese who were there last year).
We are calling out to you, to develop an interesting payload, that we could potentially bring to the surface of the moon!