Participating in the International Space Station program was a challenge towards a tremendous dream for Japan, which was still lagging behind in the field of manned space exploration. Since then, Japan has made giant strides over the span of twenty years and has grown to become an indispensable figure today in the same field. And now, a new challenge has started towards a future which lies beyond the realm of hope.
This is JAXA's Japanese astronaut primary activity report for October 2014.
This is JAXA's Japanese astronaut primary activity report for September 2014.
Protein Crystal Growth experiment (JAXA PCG, second session of the second series) was started on board the ISS Japanese Experiment Module, “Kibo.”
A report on the plant’s response to the gravity by a research team from the Bandung Institute of Technology has been published on line recently.
A group of researchers in microgravity sciences from Korea visited Tokyo for the 11th Korea-Japan Joint Seminar on Space Environment Utilization Research.
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