By Malia Spencer
Business Times Reporter
Within two weeks, all the parts of Astrobotic Technology Inc.’s lunar rover and lander should be machined and in the planetary robotics bay at Carnegie Mellon University, and, in two months, the vehicle should be in California undergoing structural integrity testing. It’s all part of the start-up's mission to the moon.
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