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July 29, 2016

Happy Birthday, Akatsuki!

On July 19, Akatsuki celebrated 1st Venus's year anniversary (a year on Venus is 225 Earth days). Akatsuki keeps working well and continues to gather lots of data. The four cameras aboard the Venus Climate Orbiter "Akatsuki" keep sending down images.

The Forefront
of Space Science

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July 8, 2016

"Hinode", the chromosphere, magnetic waves, and coronal heating

Joten Okamoto
Research fellow, Nagoya University

Why is the solar corona so hot? The question of why the solar corona is so hot has puzzled solar physicists for many years. In order to solve the mystery, a number of ground-based telescopes and satellites were developed around the world. ...

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July 25, 2016

Moving Beyond the Loss of X-Ray Astronomy Satellite ASTRO-H (“Hitomi”)
Saku Tsuneta, Director General, ISAS [PDF: 83.6KB]


August 17, 2016

Sokendai International Internship 2016 (Deadline for Application: Aug.31)


June 24, 2016

Employment Opportunities


Position Available
(Application Deadline: September 1)

Professor: Department of Space Flight Systems

Associate Professor: Department of Space Flight Systems

January 6, 2016

About the Awarding of The Second ISAS Award


JAXA Press Release


Missions

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HAYABUSA2

HAYABUSA2

Asteroid Explorer / HAYABUSA2

HISAKI

HISAKI

Spectroscopic Planet Observation / SPRINT-A

AKATSUKI

AKATSUKI

Venus Meteorology / PLANET-C

HINODE

HINODE

Solar Observation / SOLAR-B

SUZAKU

SUZAKU

X-ray Astronomy / ASTRO-EII


ERG

ERG

Exploration of energization and Radiation in Geospace / ERG

MMO

MMO (BepiColombo)

Mercury Exploration / MMO (BepiColombo)

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