MISSION

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    Mounted on TeamIndus’s “TeamIndus HHK” lander, HAKUTO’s rover will be launched on December 2017 from the Earth by Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO)’s PLSV rocket, and sent to lunar orbit. The lander will achieve soft landing on the moon. The rover is then deployed onto the Moon’s surface.

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    Travel more than 500 meters on the Moon’s surface while avoiding craters and rocks in an extreme environment with a surface temperature of more than 100℃ at noon and below -150℃ at night.

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    Capture high-definition, 360-degree images of the lunar surface, and transmit these “Mooncasts” back to the Earth.

Google Lunar XPRIZE

The Google Lunar XPRIZE is an incentivized prize competition
offering 30 million U.S. dollars in prize money to privately funded teams to land a rover
that will travel more than 500 meters on the Moon.
HAKUTO is one of the five teams who are moving forward to the final phase of the race.

HAKUTO

HAKUTO
JAPAN

Team Indus

Team Indus
India

SpaceIL

SpaceIL
Israel

Moon Express

Moon Express
USA

Synergy Moon

Synergy Moon
 

Astrobotic

Astrobotic
USA

AngelicvM

AngelicvM
Chile

Part-Time Scientist

Part-Time Scientist
Germany

SpaceMETA

SpaceMETA
Brazil

Team Italia

Team Italia
Italy

Team Puli

Team Puli
Hungary

Plan B

Plan B
Canada

Omega Envoy

Omega Envoy
USA

Independence-X

Independence-X
Malaysia

Euroluna

Euroluna
 

Team Stellar

Team Stellar
 

MILESTONE PRIZE

In Jan 2015, HAKUTO has received the $500K Milestone Prize for Mobility. This proves that Hakuto’s rover is able to perform its mission in outer space. Winning this $500,000 prize has allowed us to speed up development of the rover.

HAKUTO

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