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...
Garrett Reim

Based in the Seattle area, Garrett covers the space sector and advanced technologies that are shaping the future of aerospace and defense, including space startups, advanced air mobility and artificial intelligence.

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