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画像: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.

画像:Successful deployment of six CubeSats delivered by KOUNOTORI6へリンク

Successful deployment of six CubeSats delivered by KOUNOTORI6(January 16, 2017)

On January 16, 2017, from 6:10 p.m. - 7:50 p.m. (Japan time), a total of six microsatellites were successfully deployed into orbit from the Japanese Experiment Module ("Kibo").

画像:Genes other than bone-related genes also show rapid enhancement of expression under microgravity--Results of eight consecutive days of live imaging Medaka fish in Kibo へリンク

Genes other than bone-related genes also show rapid enhancement of expression under microgravity--Results of eight consecutive days of live imaging Medaka fish in Kibo (January 13, 2017)

Joint research by the Tokyo Institute of Technology and JAXA that studied the mechanisms of how bone mass decreases in microgravity using Medaka fish (Oryzias latipes) was conducted onboard the Japanese Experiment Module ("Kibo") of the International Space Station (ISS).

画像:Successful deployment of a CubeSat delivered by KOUNOTORI6へリンク

Successful deployment of a CubeSat delivered by KOUNOTORI6(January 13, 2017)

On December 19, 2016, at 5:50 p.m., a microsatellite named "STARS-C" was successfully deployed into orbit after being removed from the Japanese Experiment Module ("Kibo").

画像:World's first survival return of all mice reared for a long time in ISS Kibo and the birth of next-generation miceへリンク

World's first survival return of all mice reared for a long time in ISS Kibo and the birth of next-generation mice(January 13, 2017)

A small animal rearing mission conducted in the Kibo module successfully completed the simultaneous rearing of mice under artificial (1G) and microgravity (0G) environments, and the return of all mice to Earth in a live condition.

画像:Protein crystals grown in Kibo are returned to the ground alongside Astronaut Takuya Onishi (completion of the shortest-term protein growth experiment ever conducted)へリンク

Protein crystals grown in Kibo are returned to the ground alongside Astronaut Takuya Onishi (completion of the shortest-term protein growth experiment ever conducted)(December 28, 2016)

Samples of the protein crystals launched aboard the Soyuz spacecraft (48S) on October 21 for the JAXA PCG experiment have completed growth in space.

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