[release] Successful Deployment of Surya Satellite-1 of Indonesia, Selected in the Third Round of KiboCUBE Programme

 On January 6, 2023, Surya Satellite-1(SS-1), was successfully deployed from the Japanese Exp Click…

[release] Launch Schedule of Advanced Land Observing Satellite-3 “DAICHI-3” (ALOS-3) aboard the first H3 Launch Vehicle (H3 TF1).

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) hereby announces the launch schedule of Advanced L Click…

[release] A dehydrated space-weathered skin cloaking the hydrated interior of Ryugu: research from the Hayabusa2 initial analysis team published in “Nature Astronomy”.

 The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is conducting the first analysis of the Click…

[release] Kyushu Institute of Technology and JAXA to begin development of nanosatellite for mission to explore star formation history by observing cosmic optical background

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (President: Hiroshi Yamakawa; hereinafter referred to Click here for…

[release] Astroscale Japan and JAXA Launch Co-Creation Project for Satellite Refueling Service Concept

Tokyo, Japan, Dec.7, 2022 – Astroscale Japan Inc. (“Astroscale Japan”), a subsidiary of Astrosc …

[release] Pale Blue and JAXA launch co-creation project for low-power electric propulsion system business making use of Hayabusa and Hayabusa2 technological advancements and new tank development

Pale Blue (Co-founder and Representative Director: Jun Asakawa; hereinafter, “Pale Blue”) and t Click…

[release] Completion of the initial operation of the JAXA CubeSat EQUULEUS

 The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is pleased to announce that a series of schedu …

[release] Future operations of the CubeSat OMOTENASHI and establishment of a response team

 After separation from the rocket, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) was unable t …

[release] Status of the JAXA CubeSats OMOTENASHI and EQUULEUS onboard NASA Artemis I

 NASA’s Artemis I, carrying the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) CubeSats OMOTENASHI Click here…

[release] Volatile analysis of the Hayausa2 asteroid Ryugu sample revealing volatile sources and recent surface evolution has been published in “Science”.

 The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is conducting the first analysis of the sam …