Japan successfully launches rocket carrying lunar lander ‘SLIM’ into space: Know all about it

Japan launched a rocket on Thursday carrying an X-ray telescope in order to study the origins of the universe as well as a small lunar lander. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA, broadcast live video of the HII-A rocket launch from Tanegashima Space Center. “We have a liftoff,” the narrator at JAXA said as the rocket flew up in a burst of smoke.Japan launched a rocket on Thursday carrying an X-ray telescope in order to study the origins of the universe as well as a small lunar lander. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA, broadcast live video of the HII-A rocket launch from Tanegashima Space Center. “We have a liftoff,” the narrator at JAXA said as the rocket flew up in a burst of smoke.

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