NASA Wants EV Maker to  Astronauts To Launchpad

Build Vehicles To Take

NASA Has Picked Electric-Truck Maker

Canoo to build vehicles to carry astronauts to the launchpad for its upcoming missions to the moon and Mars. 

This Comes At A Time

When the EV maker Canoo is grappling with a federal securities investigation and employee exodus.

The Contract, Valued At $147,855

Was awarded to Canoo last week with an announcement on the website for the US General Services Administration.

Under The Partnership

Canoo would manufacture at least one vehicle to carry astronauts in Artemis missions through a short distance from a preparation building to the launchpad

This Vehicle Will Have

No emissions, have a minimum range of 50 miles or 80 kilometers and have space for eight people.

Delivery Is Set To June, 2023

Whereas the first crewed Artemis mission is slated for 2024. Post this announcement, Canoo's shares rose 1.8%

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