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For the Carnegie Mellon team vying for the Google Lunar X Prize, failure to launch - and land is not an option. The Google Lunar X Prize is a challenge announced by Google and the X Prize Foundation in September 2007, will give US $20 million to the first privately funded team whose robot lands on the Moon, travels 500 meters, and beams back photos and video. It all has to happen by 2012.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:46 ,  Issue: 6 )