Last week, I took a visit to Pittsburgh to visit Astrobotic, who is working on a few different landers and rovers destined for the Moon. I got to sit down with several team members for a series of conversations about what they’re working on, how things are going, and how the company is approaching the next few years in the industry.
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- Pittsburgh Aerospace Company | Astrobotic Technology
- Moon Manifest | Astrobotic Technology
- Astrobotic Unveils Peregrine Lunar Lander Flight Model | Astrobotic Technology
- Announcing LunaGrid, a Commercial Power Service for the Moon | Astrobotic Technology
- CubeRover Funded for Survive the Lunar Night Mission | Astrobotic Technology
- Astrobotic’s Wireless Charging System for the Moon Can Survive Lunar Night | Astrobotic Technology
- Astrobotic Acquires Masten Space Systems | Astrobotic Technology
- T+88: CubeRover, Michael Provenzano and Andrew Horchler - Main Engine Cut Off
- T+166: Laura Klicker and Daniel Gillies, Astrobotic - Main Engine Cut Off
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