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JAXA performs various activities related to aerospace as an organization, from basic research in the aerospace field to development and utilization.
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NASA Feb 16
It was an eventful week on . A cargo spacecraft successfully launched carrying more than 3 tons of food + supplies, a spacewalk happened to transfer robotic hands & talks auroras w/students & more! Watch: Qs? Use
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Intl. Space Station Feb 16
Astronauts Mark Vande Hei and Norishige Kanai completed a robotics maintenance spacewalk at 12:57pm ET today lasting 5 hours and 57 minutes.
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Intl. Space Station Feb 16
. competes the first spacewalk task and stows an older Canadarm2 robotic hand inside the Quest airlock.
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Intl. Space Station Feb 16
Astronauts Mark Vande Hei and Norishige Kanai switched their spacesuits to battery power at 7 a.m. EST, signifying the official start of today’s spacewalk.
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JAXA Web Feb 15
The 2nd International Space Exploration Forum (ISEF2) is just around the corner ! What will space exploraion offer? ISEF2 Promotional Animation.
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JAXA Web Feb 13
“Asian Try Zero-G 2018” was held on Feb 13. 8 selected space experiments proposed by Asian students were performed by Astronaut Kanai. “Asian Try Zero-G“ is a part of Kibo-ABC program that aims to promote “Kibo” utilization. Learn more ->
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JAXA Web Feb 8
Tanker oil spill in the East China Sea, observation by ALOS-2/PALSAR-2
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JAXA Web Feb 8
[release] Sponsors for ISEF2 Side Events
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JAXA Web Feb 8
[Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS)] HINODE Captures Record Breaking Solar Magnetic Field
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JAXA Web Feb 8
[Project Topics] Observation images of the tropical regions acquired with SGLI
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ESA Feb 8
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ESA space history Jan 30
: 22 Jan 2008, ESA PR 05-2008. With ’s recent confirmation of the launch of Space Shuttle on 7 Feb, astronauts Hans Schlegel (DE) & Leopold Eyharts (FR) are set to deliver ESA’s Columbus lab to the
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ESA space history Feb 6
: 6 Feb 2008, countdown continues towards tomorrow’s launch of Europe's Columbus laboratory on Space Shuttle . Weather forecasts currently predict a 70% chance of unfavourable weather at launch time (20:45 CET)
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ESA Feb 6
10 years ago Columbus set sail on a voyage of . Looking at a decade of excellent experiments in the only European laboratory where researchers can 'switch off' gravity Watch full video:
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JAXA Web Feb 6
Congratulations on the 10th anniversary of the Columbus laboratory. Looking forward to working together for many more years to come !
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AstroSociety Pacific Feb 6
The /'s space solar telescope has detected a record-breaking magnetic field on the Sun and determined that it was caused by two battling sunspots:
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JAXA Web Feb 5
At 2:03, February 3, -520 No. 5 lifted off with aboard TRICOM-1R from the JAXA Uchinoura Space Center. All went well – the separation of payload and orbital insertion at about 7 min 30 sec into flight.
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JAXA Web Feb 5
[Space Transportation Systems] Successful Launch Experiment, SS-520 No. 5 Followed by Separation of Payload TRICOM-1R and Orbital Insertion
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JAXA Web Jan 31
[release] Launch Schedule, SS-520 No. 5 with a Microsatellite aboard
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JAXA Web Jan 29
[ISS / Japanese Experiment Module (KIBO)] The First Detection in Space of 3 TeV Cosmic Ray Electrons in a High-Precision   Measurement of the Electron Energy Spectrum by CALET on the International Space Station
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