In 2007 the Google Lunar XPrize invited scientists from around the world to compete in this unique challenge to land a privately-funded rover on the moon's surface, drive 500 meters and send back pictures to earth. Today, the PT Scientists from Germany are 1 of 5 teams favoured to land a rover on the moon until 2017.
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In 2007 the Google Lunar XPrize invited scientists from around the world to compete in this unique challenge to land a privately-funded rover on the moon's surface, drive 500 meters and send back pictures to earth. Today, the PT Scientists from Germany are 1 of 5 teams favoured to land a rover on the moon until 2017.
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