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JAXA and NEC demonstrate Japan's First GPS Navigation Technology at Geostationary Orbit ─ Using Geostationary Satellite GPSR Aboard Optical Data Relay Satellite ─

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Toward more competitive telecommunications satellites in the all-electric satellite age

JAXA and NTT DATA Launch Joint Research on Satellite-mounted Laser Altimeter to Create Advanced 3D Map

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Research on earth observation sensor system

JAXA, Taiyo Wire, NGK, Technosolver, and Koyo Materica develop a metal mesh for onboard deployable reflectors

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Evolving Satellite Communication Technology

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Low-cost, High-capacity, High-speed Satellite Communication System for Society5.0

RAPid Innovative payload demonstration Satellite 1 (RAPIS-1) Ends Its Operation

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Innovative satellite technology demonstration program

Accomplishments of the "Innovative Satellite Technology
Demonstration-1"

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Innovative satellite technology demonstration program

JAXA and Alouette Technology Develop Onboard Image Processor for Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data

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Inter-disciplinary technology for increasing competitiveness
and providing innovation in spacecraft that will create new
fields of space use

Kureha and JAXA Discover Antibacterial Functions of Atomic Oxygen-Irradiated Polymeric Materials

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Research of functional materials for space use and compact electric propulsion systems

JAXA concludes partnership-type contract for Phase I of its Commercial Removal of Debris Demonstration (CRD2)

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Ensuring the safety of space missions now and in the future

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and Alouette Technology Develop Onboard Image Processor for Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data

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Inter-disciplinary technology for increasing competitiveness
and providing innovation in spacecraft that will create new
fields of space use

What is NB-FPGA, That will Enable the Advancement of Spacecrafts?

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Research on space-qualified parts

Protect the Equipment from the Sand on the Moon

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Research on space exploration

International sales of Twin-QCM high-precision gas sensor

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Research of functional materials for space use
and compact electric propulsion systems

Succeeded in Prototyping Integrated Circuits (ICs) with a Small-Volume Production System (Minimal Fab) - JAXA and AIST paving the pathway to minimal fab-produced ICs aboard spacecraft -

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NEC and JAXA Co-Develop a Spread Spectrum Command Receiver for Commercial Communication Satellites

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JAXA Collaborates with JAMA to Consult about AI System Quality Assurance

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Miniaturized Attitude Control Sensors and Actuators in an All-in-one Module

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Twin QCM, Meets the Demands of Eliminating Contamination

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SDM of KASPER detected space debris

The Space Debris Monitor (SDM) of the KASPER (Kounotori Advanced SPace Environment Research) aboard the KOUNOTORI5 detected a signal that was caused by a collision of space debris on Sept. 1 while it was moored at the International Space Station (ISS). No impact was inflicted upon the KOUNOTORI5 or the ISS by the debris this time as it was very small, around 0.1 mm. The SDM continues debris observations. The KASPER on the KOUNOTRI5 started observations immediately after the KOUNOTORI5 was separated from the launch vehicle. The KASPER will continue to operate until the KOUNOTORI5 leaves the ISS and re-enters the atmosphere.

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SPACE DEBRIS MONITOR

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