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might Odissey-Moon be the Google's expected, preferred, designed,"chosen" and (maybe) "funded" GLXP team to WIN the prize? with ALL otherteams that just play the "sparring partners" role?



 
 
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Old September 25th 08, 12:53 AM posted to sci.space.policy
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Default might Odissey-Moon be the Google's expected, preferred, designed,"chosen" and (maybe) "funded" GLXP team to WIN the prize? with ALL otherteams that just play the "sparring partners" role?

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might Odissey-Moon be the Google's expected, preferred, designed,
"chosen" and (maybe) "funded" GLXP team to WIN the prize?

....with ALL other teams that just play the "sparring partners" role?

reading the news about the GLXP teams, my true impression is that
Odissey-Moon has some "advantages" over the other teams and will be
the winner, then, it will give all rights to Google...

with a "chosen to win" team, Google doesn't risk that a GLXP team will
sell its knowlendge to a competitor, like (e.g.) MIcrosoft...

http://www.ghostnasa.com/posts/008moonprize.html

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Old September 25th 08, 12:53 PM posted to sci.space.policy
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On Sep 24, 7:53*pm, gaetanomarano wrote:
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might Odissey-Moon be the Google's expected, preferred, designed,
"chosen" and (maybe) "funded" GLXP team to WIN the prize?

...with ALL other teams that just play the "sparring partners" role?

reading the news about the GLXP teams, my true impression is that
Odissey-Moon has some "advantages" over the other teams and will be
the winner, then, it will give all rights to Google...

with a "chosen to win" team, Google doesn't risk that a GLXP team will
sell its knowlendge to a competitor, like (e.g.) MIcrosoft...

http://www.ghostnasa.com/posts/008moonprize.html

What rights and what good would they do with it?

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Old September 26th 08, 01:40 PM posted to sci.space.policy
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On Sep 25, 1:53*pm, wrote:

What rights and what good would they do with it?


the esclusive on the commercial use of all moon images

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On Sep 26, 8:40*am, gaetanomarano wrote:
On Sep 25, 1:53*pm, wrote:



What rights and what good would they do with it?


the esclusive on the commercial use of all moon images


There is no commercial use of those photos
 




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