Japan’s Lunar Lander to travel to Moon with SpaceX, for future expedition

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Japan’s Ispace exploration team made to one of the teams backed by Google in its Space Exploration program

Japan has decided to travel to the lunar orbital space with SpaceX team and then their team Ispace will continue to orbit the Lunar Orbital Space in their Lunar Lander from there, while SpaceX would continue their travel.

Japanese lunar exploration start-up Ispace said it has signed up for launches on Elon Musk’s SpaceX rockets in 2020 and 2021, it would be their first step towards searching for water availability service on and around Moon.

On making their trip to the Moon on their SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket, the Ispace team after landing would release two of their rovers to continue and pave paths for further expeditions.

Ispace to offer everyone as they would be providing services for Space Expedition related work

Ispace is up to offer the Government and Private clients to carry their payloads for expedition purposes, in search of water and possible colonization of Moon. As the SpaceX program is coming to the reality closer.

Last week at the SpaceX program base, the Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezaw is believed to be the first person to be its part and will be traveling to Mars. The plan is tentatively set to happen by 2023

Among One of five teams that competed in a Google-backed prize to land spacecraft on the moon, Ispace was able to raise $90 million from investors including a state-backed fund, telecoms firm KDDI Corp and advertising agency Dentsu Inc.

Israel’s Space team also in, to travel to the Moon

Another participant in the Google competition, from Israel’s SpaceIL, plans to launch with SpaceX and land its spacecraft on the moon next February.

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