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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. 1)(July 25, 2017)

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) will release updated images and movies of the JEM Internal Ball Camera called "Int-Ball"--its first camera drone that can record video while moving in space under remote control from the ground.

画像:First disclosure of images taken by the Kibo's internal drone

First disclosure of images taken by the Kibo's internal drone "Int-Ball" (July 14, 2017)

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has for the first time disclosed images and movies taken by the JEM Internal Ball Camera called "Int-Ball"-its first camera drone that can record video while moving in space under remote control from the ground.

画像:JAXA, Tohoku University and Hokkaido University on Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement on ISS/Kibo Microsatellite deployment Projectsへリンク

JAXA, Tohoku University and Hokkaido University on Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement on ISS/Kibo Microsatellite deployment Projects(July 14, 2017)

JAXA, Tohoku University and Hokkaido University made a comprehensive agreement on the promotion of microsatellites. Through the agreement the three entities will seek to facilitate the future use of microsatellites which will be deployed from the Kibo, Japanese Experiment Module onboard the International Space Station(ISS).

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Successful deployment of five "BIRDS project" CubeSats from the "Kibo"(July 7, 2017)

On July 7, 2017, from 5:45 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. , a total of five "BIRDS project" CubeSats were successfully deployed from the Japanese Experiment Module "Kibo".

画像:Space mice and normalcy of spermatozoa DNA preserved long-term onboard

Space mice and normalcy of spermatozoa DNA preserved long-term onboard "Kibo" on the International Space Station-Demonstrating the potential of mankind's reproduction in space-(July 6, 2017)

The research group led by Sayaka Wakayama (specially appointed assistant professor), Teruhiko Wakayama (professor of advanced technology, department of interdisciplinary research, graduate school, the University of Yamanashi), and Yukiko Yano (chief research and development officer, JAXA) clarified the extent of DNA damage in mouse spermatozoa preserved for a long period onboard the Japanese Experiment Module ("Kibo") on the International Space Station (ISS), and successfully produced healthy offspring for the first time ever in space.

画像:Observation results of the Protein Crystal Growth Experiment conducted onboard

Observation results of the Protein Crystal Growth Experiment conducted onboard "Kibo" (Flash report)(July 6, 2017)

On June 2, the protein crystal samples acquired in JAXA PCG Experiment (the sixth session of the second series) conducted onboard "Kibo"from April 21 of this year returned to Earth. Part of the observation is introduced here as a flash report.

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