The challenge is to the next stage

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Japanese Experiment Module “Kibo”

The Japanese Experiment Module, known as “Kibo,” is Japan’s first manned facility in space. Performing experiments that can only be attempted in space, Kibo is providing humanity with results that lead to innovation and technological advancement.

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For Corporate & Research Institute For those who are thinking about space environment utilization

International Space Station

This massive manned space facility was assembled 400 km above the surface of the earth. Orbiting the planet at a rate of once every 90 minutes, it performs experiments, conducts research, and provides observations on the earth and other astronomical objects.

Transfer Vehicle

This unmanned transfer vehicle was depended upon worldwide to provide supplies to the ISS. A new supply vehicle, HTV-X, is currently under development.

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New Type Transfer Vehicle HTV-X Project Site

Japanese Astronauts
JAXA Astronauts

  • There have been more than 10 Japanese astronauts to date, each of whom boasts an extensive record of achievements.

Wear, Food, HealthLife
in
Space

  • Wear in Space

    Here, we introduce the various clothing worn in space, including during extravehicular activities and onboard.

  • Food in Space

    A look at the role that space food plays in life in space, and the various forms that it comes in.

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