Join The Google Lunar X PRIZE Race To The Moon With Team SYNERGY MOON!
Synergy Space Explorers
Team Synergy Moon, one of the first teams with an XPrize verified launch contract and the first team formed by a merge of two teams (InterPlanetary Ventures and Human Synergy Moon Project) has entered into partnerships with GLXP teams Team Stellar, Omega Envoy, Team SpaceMeta and Independence-X. This is not a merger or an acquisition, as has happened with other teams in the past, but a partnership between these teams and Team Synergy Moon, with each team contributing some of their unique capabilities to Team Synergy Moon as the only team in the partnership with a GLXP verified launch contract.
This partnership network is not focused solely on Team Synergy Moon, the partners will also contribute to each other in ways that will help them achieve their individual and team goals while also making the partnership the core of a Synergy Space Exploration consortium. Together we have become Synergy Space Explorers.
"SYNERGY MOON's launch agreement is a hallmark achievement that we are very proud to
verify," said Chanda Gonzales-Mowrer, senior director, Google Lunar XPRIZE. "In the spirit of
XPRIZE's belief that the power of competition can spur outside-the-box innovation, SYNERGY
MOON has blazed their own path and demonstrated that there is more than one way to get to
The Google Lunar XPrize is getting more exciting every day! Stay Tuned, and See You Soon, on the Moon!
Team SYNERGY MOON is competing in The Google Lunar X PRIZE, a $40 million international competition to safely land a robot on the surface of the Moon, travel 500 meters over the lunar surface, and send images and data back to the Earth. All teams must be at least 90% privately funded. There are currently 5 registered teams working toward landing on the Moon and completing the mission objectives. $5.25 million for Milestone Prizes and the $1 million Diversity Prize have already been awarded. The winning team will be awarded $20 million. The second team to complete the mission will be awarded $5 million. Another $5 million will be awarded in bonus prizes. The mission has to be completed and adjudicated before March 31, 2018.
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