I ran across a font at this link (https://www.khronos.org/vulkan/) about half way down the page for the "Lunar G" product that says "Lunar XChange". I immediately went to all the popular font identification tools (WhatTheFont!, Identifont, What Font is), and haven't found a match. One distinctive feature that sticks out for this typeface is the lack of crossbar on the "A" character, though I suppose it's possible that it was removed from the font for the purposes of this logo. Other than that, it's you're typical geometric sans-serif typeface.
The closest I could find is Contax, which you can find here. Contax also features a Pro version, with a lot more widths and versions. The open R is almost the same, and the other letters are close. Only the G is significantly different.
Other similar fonts:
- PF Bague Sans Pro: The G is closer, but the X is totally different.
- Rams: On second thought, maybe this one is even closer than Contax.
- Anacharsis: Pretty close too, but the U tells us it isn't the one.
- Century Gothic: The shorter stock on the L is closer, but still the G is different.
- Mesmerize: Also is a failry good match. Extra perk: it's free!
A font that resembles the above logo is the font Litera TS Bold but the letters are still inconsistent, especially the G.
EDIT: After closer inspection, the font Gotham only resembles (after modifying the font) the logo above and is not a match.
A close font (after modifying the font) to the logo above is from the Gotham font family.
I will go over each letter and why I think it fits
L - The crossbar in the L looks to be shortened
U - The U overall is unchanged besides shortening the width
N - The contrast of the letter is consistent with the N of the logo. It is possible the designer extended the corners of the N to create a sharp angled point.
Here is a quick change I did to the font
A - Create a point at the top and take out the crossbar
R - It is possible the R is modified from Gotham Book but I am not sure if this is the same font. The contrast is the same and the shape of the top of the R is basically the same except the R width is shortened if using the Gotham font.
X - I think this uses Gotham Medium and the height was shortened.
C - I don't think it was changed
H - Possibly the width was shortened
G - Take out the crossbar of the G and a little reshape of the top part.
E - The E width would be shortened if using Gotham. The lengths of the crossbars are consistent with the font Gotham.