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Latest News on Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
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Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency - Total results - 19
Mar 19, 2019
Japan's Hayabusa2 to drop an explosive on an asteroid to study its historyHayabusa2 is scheduled to leave the asteroid at the end of 2019 and bring underground samples.
Mar 13, 2019
Toyota, JAXA to develop lunar rover that runs on fuel cell tech for 2029 missionThe manned rover could be a crucial part of a future international space probe program.
Feb 07, 2019
Japan's Hayabusa-2 probe to finally land, starting mining asteroid Ryugu on 22 FebHayabusa-2 is approaching the milestone 3 years after it left Earth for the diamond-shaped asteroid.
Jan 21, 2019
Shooting stars 'on demand' experiment blasts into space carrying artificial meteorsThe satellite releases tiny balls that glow as they hurtle through the atmosphere like a meteor shower.
Oct 30, 2018
Japan launches Arab satellite to monitor methane and other greenhouse gasesFive other smaller satellites are scheduled to be released from the Japanese rocket.
Sep 29, 2018
Asteroid Ryugu's rubbly surface gets captured in close-ups by two jumping roversThe rovers, each about the size of a circular cookie tin, don’t have wheels but jump around the asteroid.
Jun 12, 2018
Japan launches surveillance satellite using H-2A rocket to monitor North Korea's military installationsJapan on Tuesday launched a surveillance satellite to monitor North Korea's military installations and take pictures of areas affected by natural disasters
Feb 04, 2018
Japan launches world's smallest rocket with the ability to put micro-satellite into orbitThe rocket, an improved version of JAXA's SS-520, was carrying a micro-satellite weighing three kilograms and was developed by the University of Tokyo.
Jan 18, 2018
Japan successfully launches a new Earth observation satellite with X-band radar for capturing high-res terrain imagesASNARO-2, satellite developed by Japanese tech firm NEC, will perform Earth-observation tasks for five years from its orbit at an altitude of about 500 km
Dec 18, 2017
Three crew members representing the United States, Russia and Japan blast off for the International Space StationA trio of US and Japanese astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut blasted off from Kazakhstan on Sunday for a two-day trip to the International Space Station.