Japanese lunar start-up ispace reveals Series 2 lander for 2024


A rendering of the Series2 cargo lunar lander on the moon’s surface.


Japanese lunar exploration start-up ispace unveiled the next-generation of its cargo lander, under development by its U.S. subsidiary in Colorado.

“We saw the growing demand for payloads to the lunar surface. NASA’s Artemis program was a big part of this, but we’re also looking toward the future, and how we could develop a transportation service that would be able to serve that market,” ispace U.S. CEO Kyle Acierno told CNBC.

The company presented its new lander Monday evening.

“We’ve developed these capabilities to really position us to serve civil, commercial and scientific missions here in North America and then…


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