News file for: JAXA
Early on Saturday morning, JAXA’s unmanned cargo spacecraft, Kounotori 3, berthed at the International Space Station.
Scientists have completed their initial analysis of asteroid samples from JAXA’s HAYABUSA-1 mission, which returned to earth in 2010 after seven years in space.
On the eve of the 43rd anniversary of NASA’s Apollo 11 launch which is on July 16, Japan announced on Sunday that it was planning a manned moon mission.
Early Monday morning in Asia, the Moon will pass in front of the sun, transforming sunbeams across the Pacific side of Earth into fat crescents and thin rings of light.
On March 11, 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake occurred off the Pacific coast of Tohoku in Japan. One year later, Japan rebuilds its towns, schools, fisheries, and… hearts.
India’s Sachin Kukke has been selected as the Asia-Pacific regional winner of the YouTube Space Lab science competition, said the U.S.-based company on Wednesday.
Two international teams have published separate letters in Nature on their breaking discovery of a supermassive black hole swallowing a star in a galaxy 3.9 billion light years away.