Japanese startup “ispace” is all set to execute it’s plan to send it’s robots for their projects and experiments on SpaceX’s upcoming rocket. Recently both ispace and Spacex have confirmed that they will be expanding together to reveal more about the moon’s mystery in coming year by implementing their two new missions.
The Japanese startup and American space aircraft manufacturer are both set to take lunar exploration to the next level.
Japanese lunar exploration robotics firm ispace announced its plans for its first two lunar missions scheduled for 2020 and 2021. The missions, part of ispace’s HAKUTO-R program, will be launched into space by none other than famed Elon Musk-led aerospace craft manufacturer SpaceX.