The lunar landers of SpaceX, blue origin and dynetics have passed NASA’s review. The completion of the “certification Baseline Review” of blue origin, dynetics and SpaceX’s proposed lunar lander is an important step for the human landing system (HLS) and Artemis projects. < / P > < p > it is understood that NASA’s Artemis Project aims to send astronauts back to the moon by 2024, and the lunar lander is a key part of the project, which will carry two astronauts (one of whom is a woman) to the moon. < / P > < p > this week, NASA director Jim bridenstine said his Artemis program would require $28 billion, of which $16 billion would be spent on the lunar module. < / P > < p > it is reported that NASA has awarded the lunar lander contract to three competitors, SpaceX, blue origin and dynetics, with a total value of US $967 million. < p > < p > among them, the national team led by blue origin has obtained 567 million US dollars, SpaceX has obtained 135 million US dollars to develop the single-stage carrier evolved from its “starship”, and dynetics has obtained 253 million US dollars. In August, the national team delivered a lunar lander model to NASA for testing by engineers and astronauts. On Saturday, foreign media reported that an improved version of SpaceX “starship” had passed NASA’s first review. Global Tech