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Jeff Bezos is offering to cover billions in costs if NASA remedies its 'mistake' and gives Blue Origin the chance to compete with SpaceX again for a moon-lander contract
Jeff Bezos' space company is offering to cover billions of dollars in costs for a contract with NASA to take astronauts to the moon. Blue Origin said it would cover up to $2 billion in operating costs for the first two years of production of a moon lander, waiving payments for the first two years if NASA awards the company the project. The company is also offering to develop and launch a pathfinder mission at its own costs, as well as work with NASA on a fixed-price contract, which would free NASA from any cost overages.