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“iSpace Gains Tokyo Stock Exchange Listing as Lunar Exploration Business Grows”

Lunar exploration start-up ispace has gained approval for a listing on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Growth Market, with trading of its shares set to commence on 12 April 2023.

ispace successfully launched its lunar lander on 11 December 2022, with a planned touchdown on the moon's surface by the end of April 2023. The lander reached its furthest point from Earth, approximately 1,376,000 km away, on 20 January. According to ispace, this distance sets a record for a privately developed commercial spacecraft.

The company generates revenue by transporting customer payloads to the moon using its lunar. . .

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