NASA Administrator Bill Nelson Congratulates Intuitive Machines on First Lunar Landing


Intuitive Machines’ IM-1 mission made history on Feb. 22, with the first successful Moon landing by a company. NASA Administrator, Bill Nelson congratulates everyone involved in this great and daring quest.

NASA science and technology demonstrations now are gathering data on the lunar surface. The mission is expected to continue through the end of the month.

NASA innovates for the benefit of humanity, and with its Artemis CLPS (Commercial Lunar Payload Services) initiative, the agency is working with commercial companies to achieve rapid flights to the Moon. By sending research that advances capabilities for science, exploration, and commercial development of the Moon, CLPS is another example of how NASA is supporting long-term lunar exploration by enabling commercial services on the Moon.

Here is more information about the CLPS missions:

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