Japanese company Otsuka is planning to send a can of its powdered sports drink, along with etched messages from children on a lunar mission.

Japanese beverage company Otsuka is taking part in the first private moon-landing project and the company is planning to send a titanium can filled with its Pocari Sweat powdered sports drink, along with the dreams and messages of children from all over the world.

The company is working with Singaporean company Astroscale and Pittsburgh-based company Astrobotic Technology on what they are calling the “Lunar Dream Capsule Project.” The goal of the project is to travel the over 380,000-kilometer distance to land on the moon’s surface, a distance that is way beyond the International Space Station.

BASIC MEMBER CONTENT
This content is available for Basic Members.
Already a member, log in