Ispace To Launch Private Lunar Lander In November

Ispace says smaller lunar landers are less expensive.

Credit: ispace
Ispace of Japan plans to launch the world’s first private lunar lander mission, dubbed Mission 1, during a target window of Nov. 9-15. The attempt is the first of two planned launches to the Moon as part of the Tokyo-based company’s HAKUTO-R commercial lunar exploration program. Mission 2 is set for...

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