19 Jul, 2024
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JAXA to pay $3,500 to those who can spend two weeks in a simulated space station

The space agency of Japan has a great offer for the common public. It has announced that it will be offering a good sum of money to those who are willing live on a simulated space station that mimics the environment of outside space. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) recently came up with the announcement […]

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Japan’s Experimental Space Junk Collector Falls Flat Due To Poor Programming

An experimental space probe, which was intended for collecting space junks, has failed in carrying out its assigned tasks accurately, reported a state-run news agency. As per the announcement made by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) on Monday, the tentative mission for cleaning ‘space junk’ or debris from the lower orbit of the earth has […]

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Japanese Space Junk Collector Face Nuisance

An experimental instrument, intended for collecting the garbage from earth’s orbit has run into deep trouble and scientists are now in hurry to troubleshoot the glitch as soon as possible. The investigational space junk “collector” designed and operated by Japanese space agency (JAXA) and fishing net company is reported to face some troubles in its […]

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Japan’s Smallest-Ever Rocket Launch Mission Fails Due to Communication Error

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)’s attempt to launch the smallest-ever rockets over this weekend ended up with a ruinous failure, leaving the Japanese space agency upset. Japan’s experimental rocket called ‘SS-520-4 rocket’, which was scheduled to take wings on 15th January, Sunday falls flat due to communication malfunction. The rocket which was intended to […]

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India’s Team Indus Ties Up with Japan’s Hakuto for Next Lunar Mission

A Bengaluru-based space startup company – TeamIndus – the only Indian team to represent the country in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition, on Wednesday publicized the report of its partnership with a Japanese space company for the upcoming Lunar mission. In the announcement of the commercial agreement, Team Indus mentioned about its collaboration with Hakuto, […]

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Japanese Spacecraft ERG may discover new approaches to Van Allen Radiation Belts

The Japanese spaceship, called Exploration of Energization and Radiation in Geospace Satellite, or ERG successfully took off from Uchinoura Space Center in southern Japan, on 20th December; at 6 am EST (1100 GMT; 8 p.m. local Japan time). The spacecraft is designed to provide the astronomers better understanding about the radiation atmosphere of near-Earth. Yesterday, […]

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Japan’s upgraded Epsilon booster that will study Genesis of Geomagnetic Storms to take-off Today

Japan’s small-class space launcher Epsilon Booster together with one satellite is gearing up to take off today from Uchinoura Space Center. On Tuesday, the upgraded Version of Epsilon Booster with a satellite will fly off to the space to study the sources of powerful geomagnetic hurricanes, strong and intense natural phenomena that set off pictorial […]