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Try Zero-G 2015 performed by JAXA astronaut Kimiya Yui

Last Updated: November 27, 2015

Try Zero-G 2015 performed by JAXA astronaut Kimiya Yui, the following 6 proposals were selected out of 80 proposals. (Similar proposals were merged through the selection process.) He also gave us special message to Asian youth.

The next call for proposal of Try zero-G for Asia 2016 will be open very soon with renewal application.

Try Zero-G 2015 movies
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Astronaut Yui's opening remarks

00:54
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Experiment 1: Spinning a ball on it's own axis with one finger
(Proposed by students from Malaysia)

04:25
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Experiment 2: Can we make wind in the space?
(Proposed by students from Thailand and Philippines)

08:45
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Experiment 3: The incredible hoop glider!
(Proposed by students from Philippines)

09:58
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Experiment 4: Paper ball in the water ball
(Proposed by students from Bangladesh and Australia)

03:13
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Experiment 5: Zero-G painting
(Proposed by students from Thailand)

04:45
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Experiment 6: Sizable substance set on somersaulting stretched slinky
(Proposed by students from Philippines, Malaysia, Bangladesh, and Vietnam)

03:34
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Concluding remarks

00:34

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