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SpaceRadar | Payload Selection Tool


Company Name: ispace, inc., Japan

Potentially available for future missions 

Planned Missions: ispace Mission 1,  ispace Mission 2

First Mission Launch: December 11, 2022

Payload Delivery Locations: First mission planned to land at the Atlas Crater, 47.5°N and 44.4°E

Payload capacity - To Orbit: 60 kg

Payload capacity - To Surface: 30 kg

Payload bay (size): 104 X 36.7 X 60.2 cm (per bay, 2 bays available) 

Power distribution (for payload): 3.0 W/kg, 28 VDC unregulated & 12 V, 5V regulated

Communications available: X band for lander-Earth uplink and downlink. Wi-Fi and sub-Ghz communications between mobile payloads and lander.

Expected working duration: The duration of nominal surface operations is 12 sunlit days

First Mission Ship manifest: 

1) Rashid lunar rover by the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC)

2) Solid-state battery test module by NGK Spark Plug

3) Transformable lunar robot by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

4) AI flight computer by Mission Control Space Services, which will collaborate with the Rashid rover

5) Multiple cameras by Canadensys

6) Panels engraved with the names of HAKUTO crowdfunding supporters

First Mission Launch vehicle: SpaceX Falcon 9

Last Updated on February 2023

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