Space Development
Space Development
Space Development
Space Development
Space Development
Space Development
Space Development
Space Development

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Since its foundation, we have contributed to the field of X-ray astronomy by participating in the observation projects of the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) of the Ministry of Education. In particular, we were involved in the SEPAC project (a space science experiment using a particle accelerator), Japan’s first space shuttle experiment project, and Kaguya (a lunar explorer). We will continue to participate in space development projects for the development of natural science.

 

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About Observation Equipments loaded on to Planet-b

Japan’s first Mars explorer launched in 1998 (JST).

 

About Observation Equipment Loaded on to SELENE

Japan’s first large lunar explorer launched in 2007 (JST).

 

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