LandSpace Technology Corporation (doing business as LandSpace) is a Chinese private space launch provider based in Beijing. It was founded in 2015 by Zhang Changwu.

Since its founding, the company has established several aerospace infrastructure sites in Zhejiang, including a medium and large-scale liquid rocket assembly and test plant in Jiaxing and an intelligent manufacturing base in Huzhou.

LandSpace developed its first launch vehicle Zhuque-1, powered by solid-propellant motors. Zhuque-1 was launched on 27 October 2018, however, the payload failed to reach orbit due to an issue with the third stage. The company also developed the liquid-fueled Zhuque-2, based on its methalox TQ-11 and TQ-12 engines, whose maiden launch (failed to orbit) occurred in December 2022. Zhuque-2 became the first methalox rocket in the world to reach orbit after a successful second flight on 12 July 2023.

The launch was the second attempt by LandSpace – one of the earliest companies in China’s commercial space sector – to launch the Zhuque-2. News of LandSpace’s successful launch – which places China ahead of rivals such as Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin in the race to develop space vehicles fueled by methane.

In 2020, China brought back samples from the moon on an uncrewed mission, making China only the third nation to have retrieved lunar samples after the United States and the Soviet Union.

According to the Internet