Though it's yet to be seen which it selects, the space agency is considering sending instruments involved with determining lander positions, conducting lunar science, detecting how human activity impacts the Moon's environment, and more.
As anticipated, NASA has named the three private companies that will make cargo deliveries to the Moon.
Artemis is conceived as a follow-up to the Apollo program of the 1960s and 1970s.
NASA is committed to working with industry to enable the next round of lunar exploration.
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"The lunar market is going to grow exponentially in the next few years", Padhi said.
The company's solar-powered Nova-C lander features an advanced liquid oxygen-methane propulsion system, can carry 220 pounds of payload to the moon's surface and provide at least 200 watts of power after touchdown.
"We have a deep understanding of the ways in which play can have lifelong impact, and we have been champions of the awe and wonder of space exploration through playful building for nearly as long as the world's celebration of the first moon landing", says Michael McNally, LEGO's senior director of brand relations, in a press statement.
Companies and organizations have partnered with the Astrobotic to send to the moon scientific equipment, messages from children around the world, mementos, time capsules, educations materials, rovers and a digital copy of the entire Wikipedia.
Lego is also unveiling seven new Lego City Mars Exploration building sets, inspired by NASA's planned missions to explore the moon and the Red Planet.
Last November, NASA chief Jim Bridenstine announced that the agency had picked nine different companies to participate in the CLPS program: Astrobotic Technology Inc., Deep Space Systems, Draper, Firefly Aerospace Inc., Intuitive Machines LLC, Lockheed Martin Space, Masten Space Systems, Inc., Moon Express and Orbit Beyond.