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Experiment aboard the International Space Station (ISS)

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


Last Updated:March 25, 2020

First-ever Commercial CubeSat "G-SATELLITE", Handed over to JAXA (January 9, 2020)

On December 5, 2019, G-SATELLITE, to be the first commercial CubeSat from the ISS Kibo, was delivered to JAXA at Tsukuba Space Center by Space BD Inc., who is one of the first commercial entities to provide CubeSat deployment service from Kibo.

Satlantis delivered a payload "iSIM" to JAXA for foreign private company's first i-SEEP mission in early spring 2020 (December 27, 2019)

On December 16, 2019, Space BD Inc. delivered the payload Integrated Standard Imager for Microsatellites (iSIM) to be mounted on Kibo's Exposed Facility (EF) as a IVA-replaceable Small Exposed Experiment Platform (i-SEEP) payload to JAXA at the Tsukuba Space Center.

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