Jeff Bezos S Company Lost Legal Battle With Spacex, NASA Passengers Go To The Moon From The Tesla Chief Elon Musk S Spacecraft


New York Times News Service, Washington.

Published by: Yogesh sahu
Updated Sat, Nov 06, 2021 06:10 AM M. IST

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Judge Richard A. Hartling, in making this decision, also said that NASA passengers will leave the moon and return from Elon Musk’s SpaceX company spacecraft.

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Blue Origin, the rocket company of Amazon owner Jeff Bezos, has lost a legal battle. Blue Origin alleged that the US space agency NASA illegally signed an agreement with Elon Musk’s company, SpaceX, for a mission to the Moon. The United States court has dismissed the accusation. After the US court decision, the months-long battle for the world of space is over. With this, it was also clear the life goal of two of the richest people in the world in the direction of sending humans to the moon after 1972.

Judge Richard A. Hartling, in making this decision, also said that NASA passengers will leave the moon and return from Elon Musk’s SpaceX company spacecraft. Following this court decision, SpaceX has won a major legal victory in space, which will pave the way for its future. SpaceX is known to have experience in transporting astronauts to the International Space Station. Previously, NASA had signed this agreement with Bezos’ company.

We had uploaded the security draft
A Blue Origin spokesperson has said that we raised the security issue between the NASA-SpaceX deal through our legal side. This still needs attention. A NASA spokesperson has said the time has come to resume preparations for the lunar mission to be announced next year.

It will take time to return from the moon
NASA temporarily halted its work with SpaceX after the Blue Moon went to court. In August, Blue Origin accused NASA of wrongfully allocating $ 2.9 billion in funding to SpaceX. This fund was provided by NASA for the two-moon mission.

Bezos wishes NASA-SpaceX success
Blue Origin owner Jeff Bezos tweeted after the court decision that we did not want this decision. However, we respect the court’s decision. Best wishes for the success of the agreement between NASA and SpaceX. Elon Musk tweeted that the judges have tried you.

Preparing to go to the Moon in 2024
Former US President Donald Trump had announced that the United States would set foot on the Moon in 2024. NASA had said that under the mission to the Moon, two spacecraft will be sent to the Moon. From the second starship, all the astronauts will return to Earth. Blue Origin has asked NASA to reconsider its agreement.

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Blue Origin, the rocket company of Amazon owner Jeff Bezos, has lost a legal battle. Blue Origin alleged that the US space agency NASA illegally signed an agreement with Elon Musk’s company, SpaceX, for a mission to the Moon. The United States court has dismissed the accusation. After the US court decision, the months-long battle for the world of space is over. With this, it was also clear the life goal of two of the richest people in the world in the direction of sending humans to the moon after 1972.

Judge Richard A. Hartling, in making this decision, also said that NASA passengers will leave the moon and return from Elon Musk’s SpaceX company spacecraft. Following this court decision, SpaceX has won a major legal victory in space, which will pave the way for its future. SpaceX is known to have experience in transporting astronauts to the International Space Station. Previously, NASA had signed this agreement with Bezos’ company.

We had uploaded the security draft

A Blue Origin spokesperson has said that we raised the security issue between the NASA-SpaceX deal through our legal side. This still needs attention. A NASA spokesperson has said the time has come to resume preparations for the lunar mission to be announced next year.

It will take time to return from the moon

NASA temporarily halted its work with SpaceX after the Blue Moon went to court. In August, Blue Origin accused NASA of wrongfully allocating $ 2.9 billion in funding to SpaceX. This fund was provided by NASA for the two-moon mission.

Bezos wishes NASA-SpaceX success

Blue Origin owner Jeff Bezos tweeted after the court decision that we did not want this decision. However, we respect the court’s decision. Best wishes for the success of the agreement between NASA and SpaceX. Elon Musk tweeted that the judges have tried you.

Preparing to go to the Moon in 2024

Former US President Donald Trump had announced that the United States would set foot on the Moon in 2024. NASA had said that under the mission to the Moon, two spacecraft will be sent to the Moon. From the second starship, all the astronauts will return to Earth. Blue Origin has asked NASA to reconsider its agreement.


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