Through cooperation with Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Draper, Amazon’s blue origin has led the formation of a “national team” to develop a lunar landing system for NASA with a target of 2024 Put a Human astronaut on the moon. < / P > < p > today, blue origin and its partners issued a joint statement stating that they have worked together to achieve the first critical step of the mission – to complete the system requirements review, including the space and ground vehicles required for the mission. This is a key step in this mission, which is equivalent to having established a list of thousands of items that will form the basis of the national team’s HLS mission. This means that the company can now enter further NASA reviews (it has agreed with the agency on some of the proposed design and build standards) and eventually into the preliminary design phase. < / P > < p > one of the advantages of blue origin’s collaboration with the three aerospace giants is that it doesn’t need to start all over again. They are “evolving” most of the landing system designs from existing spacecraft, including Orion, a reusable spacecraft that will bring NASA astronauts back from earth to the moon through Artemis, which was built in part by Lockheed Martin. The report shows that the number of app store purchases soared in the first half of this year due to the impact of covid-19