You Can Now Watch 'Moon Shot' In Google Play

The J.J. Abrams/Google/XPrize project follows Lunar XPrize participants

Still from 'Moon Shots'

Still from 'Moon Shots'

The logo for a new documentary series from Google, Bad Robot, and the X-Prize Foundation, focusing on the competitors in Google's Lunar X-Prize competition, which seeks to put the first privately funded robotic rover on the moon.X-Prize

A few weeks go, I told you about Moon Shot, a new nine-part documentary from Bad Robot, the production company led by Star Wars and Star Trek director J.J. Abrams, Google, and the XPrize Foundation. The doc, which seeks to re-embody the literal version of the Silicon Valley buzzword "moonshot," follows participants in the ongoing Google Lunar XPrize competition, who are trying to put the first privately-built, non-governmental rover on the moon. Well, you can now watch Moon Shot for yourself for free on Google Play. It will also be coming to YouTube this Thursday, March 17.