Exclusive visit to ispace HAKUTO-R Mission Control Center: FULL
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As part of our series of events highlighting Luxembourg’s many facets, we are excited to announce a very exclusive event: a visit to the ispace HAKUTO-R Mission Control Center!
ispace is a private lunar exploration company and a leading innovator in space robotics and data analytics.
The company is developing among the first commercial lunar landers (spacecraft for delivery to the lunar surface) and lunar rovers (robots for surface mobility).
During their first mission, ispace completed 8 out of 10 success milestones, and ispace is now in full preparation for a second mission planned for 2024, aimed to perform a soft landing and deploy a rover for surface exploration and data collection on the Moon.
ispace has a global presence with headquarters in Japan and offices in Luxembourg (ispace Europe) and in the US. The second moon mission will carry a rover currently under development in Luxembourg.
In fact Luxembourg is one of leading countries that promotes the economy around space resources, and therefore supports ispace’s project.
The country truly is a catalyst for collaboration, technological innovation and the commercial development of space, bringing together the expertise and financing required to create a sustainable space economy of the future.
Today, the contribution of the space sector to Luxembourg’s national GDP is one of the highest amongst European countries.
Date: Thursday 19 October
Venue: X-NIHONBASHI TOWER
7F Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, 2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0022
Free of charge
The capacity of the Mission Control Center allows for only 15 members to join.
Due to the limited seats, we will allow only 1 person per company/organization (2 for flagship members), first come first served!
To register, please send your full name, nationality, country of residence, company name and title to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send a confirmation email.
Deadline for registration is Friday 13 October 17:00, or when seats are full.
We look forward to welcoming you at this exclusive visit!