Japan’s ispace is set to become the first private company to land on the Moon

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Three governments have landed spacecraft on the Moon – but no private company has managed to do so in the history of human space exploration. A Japanese company is attempting to change that and become the first. Tokyo-based company ispace fired its lander off on a five-month journey to lunar orbit back in December. It was launched on a SpaceX rocket, which was also carrying the United Arab Emirates’ first lunar rover and a toy-like robot from Japan that’s designed to roll around in the Moon’s grey dust. Meet the astronauts who will fly to the Moon next year in NASA’s historic Artemis missionOn…

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