NASA's Artemis program has chosen Blue Origin, the aerospace manufacturer founded by Jeff Bezos, to develop the landing system for the third crewed Artemis Moon mission, known as Artemis V. 

This announcement comes as NASA strives to return humans to the lunar surface in the next couple of years and advance its ambitious exploration goals.

Blue Origin is already working on its own BE-7 rocket engine-packed lunar lander, Blue Moon, which will play a crucial role in the Artemis V mission.

Under the contract awarded by NASA, Blue Origin will receive $3.4 billion to develop further and refine its lander technology, ensuring its readiness for the upcoming mission.

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