Japan’s ispace strikes deal with SpaceX for launches to the moon in 2020 and 2021

An artist’s conception shows ispace’s lander and rover on the lunar surface. (ispace Illustration)

SpaceX has been signed up to provide rides to the moon for a pair of payloads built by ispace, a Japanese robotics and resource exploration company.

The announcement…

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