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GLXP Team Summit Around The Corner

8 Jul 2011, 00:42 UTC
GLXP Team Summit Around The Corner
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The Google Lunar X PRIZE team here at HQ has *definitely* been keeping busy lately -- we have a lot of great news to share, including our announcement of the 20 finalist teams of the MoonBots competition this past Wednesday (check out these amazing young lunar robotics fans when you have a chance!), and we have some other VERY exciting news that we'll share in a few days.

But this post is all about the upcoming Google Lunar X PRIZE Team Summit, which will take place on July 11-12 in Palo Alto, California. This is a yearly meeting that involves the teams, X PRIZE, and Google for discussion about the contest as it currently stands. This is the 5th Summit and will have by far the largest attendance of any of the previous Summits, with at least 1 or 2 representatives from every active team who are flying into San Francisco from around the world as we speak.

We'll be spending most of the two days at the SETI Institute, situated near Google and NASA Ames Research Center. Teams will have an opportunity to tour NASA Ames and attend a Lunar Science meeting with some of the experts ...

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