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Experiment aboard the International Space Station (ISS)

Last Updated: November 7, 2017

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

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画像:The First Detection in Space of 3 TeV Cosmic Ray Electrons in a High-Precision   Measurement of the Electron Energy Spectrum by CALET on the International Space Stationへリンク

The First Detection in Space of 3 TeV Cosmic Ray Electrons in a High-Precision   Measurement of the Electron Energy Spectrum by CALET on the International Space Station(November 7, 2017)

Waseda University, JAXA and international collaborators from Italy and the United States successfully carried out the high-precision measurement of cosmic-ray electron spectrum well into the TeV region, up to 3 TeV, that has been historically difficult to achieve with a direct measurement experiment, by using the CALET on the Exposed Facility of the "Kibo" module on the ISS.

画像:JAXA PCG (first session of the third series) beginsへリンク

JAXA PCG (first session of the third series) begins(October 25, 2017)

For the Protein Crystal Growth experiment (JAXA PCG, first session of the third series) using the Japanese Experiment Module "Kibo" on the ISS, experiment materials and samples were launched aborad the 68P, and stowed in the FROST2, a portable cryogenic freezer on October 17.

画像:Release on updated images of Kibo's internal drone

Release on updated images of Kibo's internal drone "Int-Ball" (Int-Ball Letter Vol. 6)(October 17, 2017)

JAXA has disclosed "Int-Ball Letter" Vol. 6 in which the latest video of the Kibo's internal drone on the International Space Station is presented.

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Contents

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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