TechCrunch: Moon Exploration Startup ispace Opens New U.S. Office And Hires SpaceX Alum To Lead Development Of Next Lander

Japanese startup ispace, which is developing lander technology to support exploration of the moon, is opening an office in Denver, the company announced today. The Colorado location was chosen because of its access to local aerospace engineering talent, and the plan is for the company to quickly staff up a full local engineering team. Ispace also announced that it has hired Kursten O’Neill, a seven-year SpaceX  vet, who will oversee development of ispace’s next-generation lunar lander craft.

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