Astrobotic Technology sells data, delivers payloads, and performs services on the Moon for space agencies, aerospace contractors, media entities and corporate marketers. Astrobotic’s initial robots are small machines that will be the early surveyors of the lunar frontier, finding the best locations for human outposts and scouting for resources to support the explorers. The company has completed a contract from NASA, for example, to study how robots can excavate and move lunar soil in preparation for permanent NASA outposts.
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