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Try Zero-G 2012 is open to students in Asia-Pacific region.

Last Updated: February 6, 2012

Try Zero-G

JAXA invites proposals for Try Zero-G 2012 campaign in cooperation with space agencies in the Asia-Pacific region. Try Zero G is the JAXA's educational program in the International Space Station (ISS). It allows the public, especially young students, to suggest scientific observations or physical tasks for JAXA Astronauts to demonstrate the difference between 0-G and 1-G for educational purposes and it will be recorded by the High Definition video camera. In Astronaut Hoshide will perform these experiments in the Japanese experiment module, Kibo, during his mission to ISS.
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