XPRIZE organizes high-level competitions to promote radical breakthroughs for the good of humanity. We set ambitious goals and, in order to achieve them, we require all participants in our prize or other competitions to comply with a COMPETITOR CONVENTION and all other agreements or rules and regulations applicable to this competition, challenge or any other price. XPRIZE will create a committee of experts. XPRIZE will strive to ensure that the expertise of the advisory committee is sufficiently diverse to understand and advise a wide range of approaches. This Board of Directors will remain in place throughout the competition to advise XPRIZE on the competition that XPRIZE will recruit a highly qualified jury. XPRIZE will strive to ensure that the jury`s expertise is sufficiently diverse to fairly evaluate the different technologies and approaches that teams can develop during the competition. The jury will meet to cooperate, review the guidelines, ask questions and ensure that they are able to assess the competition appropriately and appropriately. Figure 3 shows the steps competitors must take in competition. The Google Lunar XPRIZE was announced at Wired Nextfest on September 13, 2007.  The competition was offered to the first private teams that landed on the Moon a robot that successfully travels more than 500 meters and returns high-resolution images and videos, for a total amount of $30 million. The first team to do so would have won the us$20 million main prize; while the second team, which would perform the same tasks, would have received a second prize of $5 million.
 Teams have also earned extra money by delivering additional tasks beyond the basic requirements required to win the main or second prize, for example. B 10 times the basic requirements (more than 5000 meters), taking images of the remains of the Apollo program equipment or other human-made objects on the Moon, checking for recent discoveries of water ice on the lunar surface. or survive a lunar night. In addition, a $1 million diversity award should be awarded to teams that are making significant progress in promoting ethnic diversity in MINT disciplines. All registered teams must submit a detailed competition plan – “The Qualifying Submission” – detailing their approach and proposed technologies. Among these, the jury selects up to 50 qualified teams.