Lockheed Martin and General Motors partner for NASA lunar rover


An artist’s concept shows an outline of the lunar vehicle design.

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Lockheed Martin and General Motors are partnering to develop a new type of lunar vehicle for NASA to use during its upcoming Artemis missions to the moon, the companies announced Wednesday.

“Surface mobility is critical to enable and sustain long-term exploration of the lunar surface. These next-generation rovers will dramatically extend the range of astronauts,” Lockheed Martin executive vice president Rick Ambrose said in a statement.

Earlier this year, NASA issued a notice to companies that it “requires a human-class rover that will extend the exploration range of” astronauts during missions…


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