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The GLXP is dead. Long live the GLXP!

Published on July 31, 2017 By SpaceKate

*This post was written before the GLXP released new information about the prize deadline on 16th August 2017 – and is based on the idea that the teams must launch before the end of 2017* In 2010 I found myself on the Isle of Man, reporting on the Google Lunar XPRIZE team summit that was […]

Google Lunar X Prize Summit 2010

Published on October 26, 2010 By SpaceKate

Slightly delayed reportage from the GLXP summit, thanks to other work commitments and severe tonsillitis. representatives from 13 of the 23 currently registered teams were on the Isle of Man to discuss their progress and share ideas and enthusiasm. I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect from the summit, but whatever I half-expected, wasn’t quite […]

Arrival on the Space Isle

Published on October 4, 2010 By SpaceKate

I find myself on the Isle of Man – nay – “The Space Isle” – for the Google Lunar X Prize summit taking place here today and tomorrow. The sun is shining, which a definite improvement on the rainy London I left yesterday and apparently the Isle of Man is the fifth most likely nation in the […]