Canadian Space Agency awards six lunar science LEAP contracts worth $2.9 million (updated)

Canadensys (formerly ODG) lunar rover concept. Credit: Canadensys.

The Canadian Space Agency has awarded six contracts with a total value of $2.9 million for the Phase 0 Science Instruments for its Lunar Exploration Accelerator Program.

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