Japan's 'Moon Sniper' Lander Launch

apan's historic launch of the 'Moon Sniper' lander after three delays.

Overcoming Weather Challenges

Adverse weather conditions led to three postponements before the successful launch from Tanegashima, southern Japan.

International Collaboration

The rocket carries a research satellite developed by NASA, the European Space Agency, and JAXA

Following Chandrayaan-2's Success

apan's lunar lander launch follows India's successful landing near the lunar south pole, marking a historic achievement.

The Smart Lander for Investigating Moon (SLIM

Officially known as SLIM, Japan's lander aims for pinpoint landing within 100 meters of its lunar target, setting the stage for future missions.

Advancing Space Exploration

AXA's ambitions extend beyond the Moon, with the goal of landing on celestial bodies with strong gravitational attraction

Lunar Exploration Pioneers

oining India, the United States, Russia, and China, Japan strives to become a pioneer in lunar exploration

: Past Challenges and Progress

Japan overcame previous lunar landing failures, including a failed lunar probe sent as part of the United States' Artemis program.

Journey Ahead

Despite challenges, Japan's 'Moon Sniper' launch marks another step in the nation's journey towards space exploration