Japanese startup iSpace Inc. has admitted failure in its attempt to conduct the first private moon landing.
The Chandrayaan mission of the Japanese private company ISpace Inc. has suffered a setback.
In this way, Japan’s dream of landing its own lander on the lunar surface has remained incomplete.
The name of this lander is Hakuto-R Mission 1. Japanese startup iSpace Inc said its attempt to land on the lunar surface failed after it lost contact with its Hakuto-R mission lander.
It is believed that the lander rover fell victim to the accident while trying to land fast.
This satellite of the Japanese company was launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida in December 2022 by a SpaceX rocket. So far only America, Soviet Union and China have successfully landed on the moon. Indian and Israeli landing attempts have failed.