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Last Updated: May 19, 2017

Various experiments are conducted aboard the International Space Station (ISS). The Japanese experiments are shown here.

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Press release announcing an experimental outcome of the CubeSat FREEDOM:(May 19, 2017)

Nakashimada Engineering Works, Ltd. and Tohoku University jointly issued a press release, announcing an experimental outcome of their 1U sized CubeSat called FREEDOM deployed from "Kibo".

画像:Initiating the joint exposed experiment with the Republic of Turkey utilizing the Exposed Experiment Handrail Attachment Mechanism(ExHAM)へリンク

Initiating the joint exposed experiment with the Republic of Turkey utilizing the Exposed Experiment Handrail Attachment Mechanism(ExHAM)(April 18, 2017)

In the evening of April 13, 2017(Japan time), the initial mission of the collaboration between Japan and Turkey - space experiments in an exposed environment using the Exposed Experiment Handrail Attachment Mechanism called ExHAM- has been initiated on board Kibo.

画像:Rapid decrease in the amount of bones and muscles as a result of a long-term rearing for 35 days<br>--A flash report of on-ground analysis of space miceへリンク

Rapid decrease in the amount of bones and muscles as a result of a long-term rearing for 35 days
--A flash report of on-ground analysis of space mice
(January 30, 2017)

A mission to rear small animals in the Kibo module successfully completed the simultaneous rearing of mice under artificial (1G) and microgravity (μG) environments.

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Kibo Utilization Strategy
List of JAXA's Utilization Themes
Kibo's Experiment Facilities

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Pressurized Module (PM)

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Exposed Facility (EF)

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JEM Small Satellite Orbital Deployer (J-SSOD)

Space Environment Utilization
 
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