Friday, January 19, 2018
Japanese startup lands $90 million to put a billboard on the moon
Japanese space startup iSpace Technologies Inc. just received $90 million of venture funding to help it pursue its goal of creating a billboard on the moon. You can't fault it for ambition!
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