Team Indus, based in New Delhi, is targeting a potential launch in 2014 on the Indian Space Research Organization's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle. The team plans to attempt the Endurance and Distance bonus prizes.
Finally, another U.S.-based team called Phoenicia aims to launch its lander/rover as a hosted payload on a communications satellite launch to geosynchronous orbit. From there, the lander will separate from the parent craft and insert itself into a transit orbit to a direct landing on the lunar South Pole. The rocket-braked descent will end with an airbag-assisted landing.