This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: 60X Prize, Lunar X Prize is open to International Competition, Lunar X Prize is to be awarded for Safely landing a Robot on the Surface of the Moon, Travelling 500 meters over the Lunar Surface, and Sending Images and Data back to the Earth, Lunar X Prize has Rules and Guidelines, Competing Teams must be Registered by December 31, 2010, Competing Teams must be At Least 90% Privately Funded, Lunar X Prize is sponsored by Google, Lunar X Prize is open to Competing Teams, Safely landing a Robot on the Surface of the Moon, Travelling 500 meters over the Lunar Surface, and Sending Images and Data back to the Earth requires A Defined "Mooncast", A Defined "Mooncast" comprises • High resolution 360º panoramic photographs taken on the surface of the Moon; • Self portraits of the rover taken on the surface of the Moon; • Near-real time videos showing the craft’s journey along the lunar surface; • High Definition (HD) video; • Transmission of a cached set of data, loaded on the craft before launch (e.g. first email from the Moon)., Lunar X Prize is defined thus The first team to land on the Moon and complete the mission objectives will be awarded $20 million; the full first prize is available until December 31, 2012. After that date, the first prize will drop to $15 million. The second team to do so will be awarded $5 million. Another $5 million will awarded in bonus prizes. The final deadline for winning the prize is December 31, 2014.