A new era of astronomy opens with the launch of the NASA-led Webb telescope! ISAS researcher Ryan Lau describes on Cosmos one of the telescope's first observation programs.
A first look at the composition of the sample from asteroid Ryugu with the infrared spectroscopic microscope, MicrOmega.
Ryugu is a primitive asteroid rich in water and organic matter ─ A first look at the unprocessed carbonaceous asteroid sample returned by Hayabusa2 ─
Collaboration with KEK for the cosmic microwave background polarisation observation mission. LiteBIRD.
Inner structure of the doughnut-shaped molecular gas surrounding a black hole at the galactic center revealed with absorption lines of carbon monoxide
Global space news: NASA's Lucy mission is headed for the Jupiter Trojan asteroids.
Our researchers discuss what this new exploration of small bodies may find.
Implementing Arrangement with the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES) for Lite (Light) satellite for the study of B-mode polarisation and Inflation from cosmic background Radiation Detection (LiteBIRD)
Global space news: What can we do to protect our planet from celestial impacts? Our researchers talk about their work in Planetary Defence on Cosmos.
James O'Donoghue (ISAS) has been awarded the 2021 Europlanet Prize for Public Engagement! O'Donoghue describes how animations can bring science to life
Dividing heaven and hell: Cosmos looks at UVSPEX, a new instrument that aims to differentiate between Earth- and Venus-like exoplanets