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画像:Hicari Experiment was performed on board the JEM

Hicari Experiment was performed on board the JEM "Kibo"(March 6, 2013)

In the Hicari Exp., a new crystal growth method named the Traveling Liquidus Zone (TLZ) method which JAXA invented for homogeneous semiconductor alloy crystal growth will be evaluated.

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JAXA Education Payload Observation "Blue Earth Gazing" was performed on board Kibo(February 26, 2013)

"Blue Earth Gazing" is an art theme of viewing Earth from space through water, which aims to view Earth from a fresh perspective and introduce Japanese aesthetics as well as to lead to develop into rich culture for the future space society.

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JAXA Education Payload Observation "Message in a Bottle" was performed again(February 25, 2013)

"Message in a Bottle" is an art project aiming at inspiring people on the ground to feel messages from space, such as the activities performed by astronauts in outer space, relationship between people and space, and a message from space to our descendant, by bringing back the space-filled bottle to Earth.

画像:Global Lightning and sprIte MeasurementS on JEM-EF (JEM-GLIMS) obtained its first observation dataへリンク

Global Lightning and sprIte MeasurementS on JEM-EF (JEM-GLIMS) obtained its first observation data(January 31, 2013)

JEM-GLIMS (Global Lightning and sprIte MeasurementS on JEM-EF) obtained its first observation data

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"Effect of microgravity on osteoclasts and the analysis of the gravity sensing system in medaka (Medaka osteoclast)" experiment has been completed(January 29, 2013)

Medaka osteoclast experiment was performed for about two months, from Friday, October 26, 2012, to Monday, December 24, 8:23 p.m.

画像:Ionosphere, Mesosphere, upper Atmosphere, and Plasmasphere mapping (IMAP) mission obtained its first observation dataへリンク

Ionosphere, Mesosphere, upper Atmosphere, and Plasmasphere mapping (IMAP) mission obtained its first observation data(January 28, 2013)

Imagers for Ionosphere, Mesosphere, upper Atmosphere, and Plasmasphere mapping (ISS-IMAP) mission installed to the Exposed Facility (EF) of Kibo on the International Space Station (ISS) obtained its first observation data.

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