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December 14 [updated] Status of the Hayabusa
December 12 [updated] Status of the Hayabusa
December 2 [updated] First Announcement of Opportunity (AO-1) for Observations with “Suzaku” and Publication of Test Observation Data
November 30 [updated] Hayabusa: To 880,000 Little Princes and Princesses
November 28 [updated] The Longest Day of "HAYABUSA"
November 26 [updated] Hayabusa is sure to have succeeded in asteroid sampling!
It found the Target Marker with 880,000 names!
November 24 [updated] Hayabusa Landed on and Took Off from Itokawa successfully ---Detailed Analysis Revealed
November 10 [updated] Hayabusa approached within 70 meters of Itokawa
November 8 [updated]
Open new window ASTRO-F's thermal vacuum test completed
November 4 [updated] Hayabusa’s Practice Descent (Rehearsal) on November 4th
November 3 [updated] MINERVA explores the surface of ITOKAWA
November 2 [updated] Hayabusa's Scientific and Engineering Achievements during Proximity Operations around Itokawa
November 1 [updated] All around a small world!
October 31 [updated] Which direction is "north" on Itokawa?
October 27 [updated] Current Status of Hayabusa and Events Scheduled in November
October 27 [updated] Hayabusa succeeded to observe the "opposition surge" of Itokawa!
October 26 [updated] Orbital Evolution of Asteroid Itokawa
October 25 [updated] Solar Radiation Pressure Force acting on Hayabusa Station Keeping
October 24 [updated] Animation of Itokawa's rotation
October 21 [updated] Altitude Estimation using Navigation Camera
October 17 [updated] The Current Status of the Hayabusa Near-Infrared Spectrometer(NIRS)
October 14 [updated] Generating a shape model of the asteroid Itokawa using the Laser altimeter (LIDAR)
October 14 [updated] IAA Award to VSOP Team
October 11 [updated] Global Mapping of Itokawa ( the initial global shape model )
October 4 [updated] Hayabusa arrives at Home Position, and Current Status of Hayabusa Spacecraft
October 3 [updated] Imaging and position keeping at the Gate Position
September 29 [updated] Station Keeping History of Hayabusa to Itokawa
September 22 [updated] Proposal of the names of representative terrain on Itokawa
September 15 [updated] Itokawa Composite color image
September 14 [updated] The synthesized pseudo-color image of Itokawa which took by Hayabusa
September 13 [updated] The doppler and altimeter data at Hayabusa arrival
September 13 [updated] Result of Re-entry of the Solar X-ray Observatory "Yohkoh" to the Earth's Atmospherea
September 12 [updated] Hayabusa arrives Itokawa
September 11 [updated] Itokawa Image on September 10
September 10 [updated] Itokawa Image on September 9
September 9 [updated] Itokawa Image on September 8
September 9 [updated] Itokawa Image on September 7
September 8 [updated] Hayabusa’s Primary Visible Imager, AMICA now started its Test Observation
September 7 [updated] Hayabusa detects Itokawa's rotation
September 5 [updated] Hayabusa successfully captured Itokawa Shape for the first time in Space
September 2 [updated] Hayabusa,Sept.1st
August 29 [updated] Accomplishment of HAYABUSA’s outward journey by ion engines
August 26 [updated] Hayabusa's navigation camera photographed the "Itokawa"
August 26 [updated] Scientific Observation Has Began with Hard X-ray Detector aboard Suzaku
- Detection of hard X-rays from the massive black-hole in Centaurus A -
August 17 [updated] ISAS/JAXA Unveiling First Images and Spectra From Suzaku X-ray Astronomy Satellite
August 15 [updated] Hayabusa performed the Star Tracker imaging of Itokawa!
August 9 [news]
Open new window Press Releases:
Anomaly with the Suzaku Onboard Equipment (XRS)
July 12 [news]
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Operation Status of the "Suzaku"
July 10 [updated] ASTRO-EII/M-V-6 successfully launched. The satellite nickname is "Suzaku"
July 5 [updated] Launch preparations for M-V-6/ASTRO-EII are on schedule
July 1 [updated] Launch preparations for M-V-6/ASTRO-EII on schedule
June 21 [updated] The ASTRO-EII satellite is ready to fly
May 19 [updated] ASTRO-EII launch window is set between June 26 and August 2