The summer of 2019 saw the 50 year anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, when humans first walked on the surface of the Moon. But now there is a new race -- not of countries, but one fought by companies. Capitalism, growth, and business opportunities are the new fuels, and the goals are even bigger: not just back to the Moon, but on to Mars and beyond.
'I'm the first space pirate!'
The groups will deliver science and tech payloads to the Moon
Before and after images show it definitely crashed on the lunar surface
They will 'try again' says Bibi Netanyahu
Canada: let's go to the Moon, buddy
Unfortunately there is no longer a $20 million prize waiting at the finish line
The impact occurred at nearly 31,000 miles per hour
Oddly SpaceX and Blue Origin were not picked
If given the opportunity, would you go first?
Surface water on the Moon could be used as a resource for future missions
High-resolution imagery of our nearest satellite
Mission will launch in 2019 aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9
The $20 million grand prize will go unclaimed
Winston's going home