A Japanese company and the United Arab Emirates could attempt a moon landing.

<html-blob><u></u>Japan’s ispace is a private company that wants to build commercial moon landers. Its first robotic moon lander, Hakuto-R, is to launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Kennedy Space Center. It will carry a variety of cargo, including Rashid, a rover from the United Arab Emirates’ space program, to the moon’s surface. ispace announced on Oct. 12 that its launch window runs from Nov. 9-15; we will provide a precise launch date when one becomes available. Read more about ispace and Hakuto-R here:&nbsp;<a href="https://nyti.ms/3RMXTic">https://nyti.ms/3RMXTic</a><u></u></html-blob>