Jeff Bezos offers to cover 'billions' in NASA costs for chance to take part in moon missions

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In an open letter to NASA, Jeff Bezos has offered to waive billions of dollars in payments from the space agency in order to ensure his company Blue Origin gets to take part in its upcoming moon missions.

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Published on July 28, 2021 -  01:30
Jeff Bezos Offers NASA $2 Billion for Lunar Lander Contract
On Monday, Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos wrote an open letter to NASA Administrator Bill Nelson.

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