Hakuto-R Mission 1

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Hakuto-R Mission 1
Mission typeLunar Exploration
COSPAR ID2022-168A
SATCAT no.54696Edit this on Wikidata
Mission duration135 days (failure)
Spacecraft properties
SpacecraftLunar Lander
Start of mission
Launch dateDecember 11, 2022
RocketFalcon 9
Launch siteCape Canaveral Space Force Station SLC-40
End of mission
DisposalCrashed Landed
DeclaredApril 26, 2023
Last contactApril 25, 2023
Decay dateApril 25, 2023
Hakuto-R Programme
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Hakuto-R Mission 1
Rashid (Rover)

Hakuto-R Mission 1 was the first mission of the Hakuto-R Programme. It was ran by Japanese Space Corporation ispace to land a Lunar Lander on the Moon.

Launch[change | change source]

Hakuto-R Mission 1 Launched on a Falcon 9 Rocket on December 11, 2022. It launched alongside NASA's Lunar Flashlight CubeSat.

Failed landing[change | change source]

The Hakuto-R Mission 1 crash landed on the Lunar Surface on April 25, 2023.