The Canadian Space Agency takes first step towards putting a rover on the Moon

Rover concept on the moon. Credit: Canadensys.

The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has taken the first procurement step towards getting a rover on the Moon. It was expected, but for those with a long memory, the seeds of this procurement started at the first Canadian Space Exploration Workshop held in 1998.

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