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JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)
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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[Youtube] ”2019-2020 JAXA Human Space Actuvity To the future, with Kibo”
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JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) Apr 1
[Science & Basic] Numerical simulation technology
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JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) Mar 30
[release] Announcement of the Space Vehicle for JAXA Astronaut Soichi Noguchi's International Space Station (ISS) Expedition
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JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) Mar 30
[release] Announcement of the Space Vehicle for JAXA Astronaut Soichi Noguchi's International Space Station (ISS) Expedition
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JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) Mar 30
[release] Kureha and JAXA Discover Antibacterial Functions of Atomic Oxygen-Irradiated Polymeric Materials
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JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) Mar 26
[release] JAXA concludes partnership-type contract for Phase I of its Commercial Removal of Debris Demonstration (CRD2)
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JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) Mar 24
[release] Launch Schedule of the H-II Transfer Vehicle KOUNOTORI9
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JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) Mar 23
[release] Launch Schedule of the H-II Transfer Vehicle KOUNOTORI9
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JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) Mar 19
How did the Martian moons form? JAXA’s mission presents a video on one of the top science questions the team is hoping to answer when they reach the two moons of Mars.
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HAYABUSA2@JAXA Mar 18
Replying to @haya2e_jaxa
We apologise for the repeated tweet: the first tweet contained a typo in Professor Okada’s name!
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HAYABUSA2@JAXA Mar 18
New research results published in by Associate Professor Tatsuaki Okada (JAXA) examine the first global thermal image of an asteroid and find that Ryugu boulders may be “fluffy”!
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Martian Moons @JAXA Mar 16
One of the tasks of the MMX mission 🛰 is to investigate how the moons of Mars were formed 🌚. But what are the possibilities and how will MMX seek out the truth? ✨Welcome to the first of our explainer videos!
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JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) Mar 16
[release] Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and Alouette Technology Develop Onboard Image Processor for Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data
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JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) Feb 24
[JAXA Aeronautics Magazine] FLIGHT PATH No.24 "Integrated simulation technology" Added
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Intl. Space Station Jan 31
The space freighter from is leaving the station today at 9:35am ET. Watch its release live now on TV. |
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NASA's OSIRIS-REx Jan 31
Replying to @OSIRISREx
Here’s the targeted sample site in relation to the terrain shown in the image.
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NASA's OSIRIS-REx Jan 31
Replying to @OSIRISREx
This is the northwestern part of the Nightingale crater. The sample site is outside of the image frame (right-hand side). It was taken on Jan 22 from 0.4 miles (0.6 km) away. The brightest, triangular rock (upper right quadrant) is 9 inches (22 cm) long, ~ the size of a textbook.
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NASA's OSIRIS-REx Jan 31
A gray and silent spot, amid the rocks, A small and silent dell ! O'er stiller place No singing spacecraft ever poised itself. Image details:
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Intl. Space Station Jan 31
The U.S. space freighter from was released from the station's robotic arm today at 9:36am ET. At the time of release, the station was flying about 250 miles over the South Pacific just off the West Coast of Chile. Read more...
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Intl. Space Station Jan 31
Today, NASA astronaut moves into seventh place for most time spent in space among U.S. astronauts, passing Suni Williams. With less than a week to go, Koch recalls the biggest surprise of the mission and the most memorable item she received on a cargo flight.
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