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Interstellar Technologies Inc., a space venture based in Hokkaido, will launch a small rocket developed independently without government funding on July 29.

MOMO, a sounding rocket measuring 10 meters long, will launch from a test site in the town of Taiki and is designed to be the first rocket developed solely by a private Japanese company to reach outer space, the firm told reporters in Tokyo on Thursday.

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