Frequently asked questions – Lunar Exploration Accelerator Program
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How much money is allocated to LEAP?
LEAP has a total budget of $150 million over five years to support technology development, in-space demonstration and science missions. The program will have a focus on artificial intelligence, robotics and health initiatives.
What is the duration of the program?
Funding for LEAP has been allocated for five years, up to fiscal year –.
Where can I find the funding opportunities for LEAP?
All opportunities, contracts, contributions and grants, including those related to LEAP, are available on the Canadian Space Agency's (CSA) website.
I submitted an idea to the CSA's Call for ideas in spring . How did you use it?
The CSA sent out a Call for ideas to help plan for future lunar exploration activities and gauge industry's and academia's interest and capabilities. All the ideas submitted were considered and categorized to create LEAP's portfolio of activities.
When and where will the contributions awarded under the LEAP Capability Demonstration AO be disclosed?
All CSA grants and contribution awards are disclosed on the CSA website. The disclosure is made in the quarter following the one in which the contribution is awarded.
- About the Lunar Exploration Accelerator Program
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- Canada's role in Moon exploration
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