Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Loses Lawsuit Against Nasa Over SpaceX Lunar Lander Contract

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Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Loses Lawsuit Against Nasa Over SpaceX Lunar Lander Contract
BEZOS’ BLUE ORIGIN LOSES LAWSUIT AGAINST NASA OVER SPACEX LUNAR LANDER CONTRACT.
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The U.S. Court of Federal Claims ruled against Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin on Thursday in the company’s lawsuit versus NASA over a lucrative astronaut lunar lander contract awarded to Elon Musk’s SpaceX earlier this year.

Federal Judge Richard Hertling sided with the defense in his ruling, completing a monthslong battle after Blue Origin sued NASA in August.

A Blue Origin spokesperson said in a statement to CNBC that the company’s lawsuit “highlighted the important safety issues with the Human Landing System procurement process that must still be addressed.”

“Returning astronauts safely to the Moon through NASA’s public-private partnership model requires an unprejudiced procurement process alongside sound policy that incorporates redundant systems and promotes competition. Blue Origin remains deeply committed to the success of the Artemis program,” the company said.

NASA and SpaceX did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the ruling.

Musk, in a tweet responding to CNBC’s report on the ruling, posted a photo from the 2012 movie “Dredd.”

NASA in April awarded SpaceX with the sole contract for the agency’s Human Landing System program under a competitive process. Worth $2.9 billion, the SpaceX contract will see the company use its Starship rocket to deliver astronauts to the moon’s surface for NASA’s upcoming Artemis missions.

SpaceX was competing with Blue Origin and Dynetics for what was expected to be two contracts, before NASA only awarded a single contract due to a lower-than-expected allocation for the program from Congress.

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10 comments
  1. Jeff hasn’t lost and he certainly isn’t going anywhere. Both Elon and Jeff are great pioneers. Looking forward to the next decade 😃

  2. Bozo Bezos is just a sore loser with more money than most nations. Jeff needs to grow up and be more responsible – considering the assets he has. Jeff, why don't you work WITH Elon, join forces, and partner up? Jeff, clearly you are an immature man, …with too much money. Do what is right and get humanity OFF of this planet before something happens, such as another extinction event. Grow up Bozo.

  3. Bezos dildo rocket 🚀 who care about Bezo Elon musk is the man not a coward hiding behind his lawyer’s

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