Jeff Bezos Has Filed A Lawsuit Against NASA For Awarding A Lunar Lander Contract To Rival Spacex

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Blue Origin, Jeff Bezos’ space company, issuing Nasa over the agency’s decision to award a $2.9 billion (£2.1 billion) lunar lander contract to Elon Musk’s SpaceX.

The agreement has “fundamental flaws,” according to the former Amazon CEO’s business, and it is unjust. Blue Origin also accused NASA of “unlawful and unfair examination” of its ideas during the tender process.

NASA gave SpaceX a nearly $2.9 billion contract in April to collaborate on designing and developing a lunar lander that will bring passengers to the moon, assuring that SpaceX will play a key part in the first human lunar landing since 1972.

According to sources, NASA has until Oct. 12 to reply to Blue Origin’s lawsuit. However, the suit’s specifics will likely stay a mystery because Blue Origin was given a protective injunction on Monday, concealing the case’s contents.

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