On January 13, 2016, a 50-kg-class microsatellite called "DIWATA-1" (meaning "fairy" in Filipino) was handed over to JAXA.
This is JAXA's Japanese astronaut primary activity report for November 2015.
This is JAXA's Japanese astronaut primary activity report for October 2015.
Asian Try Zero-G for students invited to promote space education in Thai Government House.
The ExHAM offers the advantage of being able to return samples directly to the cabin after exposure to the space environment, without the need to perform Extravehicular Activities.
A research group headed by Professor Hiroshi Mitani of Tokyo University and Professor Shuji Terai of Niigata University analyzed the gene expression of medaka cultured on the ISS, with the results being published in PLOS ONE, a U.S. scientific journal.
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