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Japan gives up on rescuing black hole observatory
Spaceflight Now

Japan abandons costly X-ray satellite lost in space

that was to probe the mysteries of black holes using X-ray telescopes. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency says it has determined that the satellite's two solar arrays had broken off at their bases. Contact was lost with the satellite on March 26, more ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
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Global Construction Review

Autonomous machines may help Japan colonize Mars

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016 11:02 The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency ( JAXA ) has commissioned construction company Kajima to build autonomous construction machinery thatll help level ground, excavate, and develop long-term facilities for ...
 NewsFlow244 days ago Japan Developing Lunar Bulldozers  Construction Equipment6 days ago Japan creating autonomous robots  Iran Daily6 days ago Japan developing extraterrestrial construction machines - CNET  CNET News1 week ago
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Sputnik

Russia Delays Launch of New Crew to ISS Until July 7

MOSCOW (Sputnik)— Expedition 48-49 crew members Anatoly Ivanishin ofRoscosmos, Takuya Onishi ofthe Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, and Kate Rubins ofNASA were originally scheduled totravel tothe ISS onJune 24 fora four-month space mission. ...
 Sputnik3 weeks ago Russia delays next Soyuz, Progress launches to ISS  Space News3 weeks ago Next Station Crew Arrives at Launch Site  Space Fellowship3 days ago Russian officials say no decision until Monday on Soyuz delay  Space News3 weeks ago
Sputnik

Editorial: Clarify cause of 'Hitomi' satellite's failure

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has abandoned operating the "Hitomi" X-ray astronomical satellite, with which it had lost radio contact. The space agency has deemed it impossible to restore the observation spacecraft to working order ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 month ago News Navigator: What's happened to the Hitomi X-ray telescope satellite? (2016/4/13)  Mainichi Daily News1 month ago JAXA Ends Efforts to Restore Hitomi X-ray Astronomy Satellite  Satellite Today1 month ago Japan to Abandon ASTRO-H Astronomical Satellite After Communication Lost  Sputnik1 month ago
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Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism

News Software error doomed Japanese Hitomi spacecraft

STR/AFP/Getty The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency is investigating the factors that led to Hitomi's demise. Japan's flagship astronomical satellite Hitomi, which launched successfully on 17 February but tumbled out of control five weeks ...
 Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism1 month ago Software Error Doomed Japanese Hitomi Spacecraft  Scientific American1 month ago Japanese satellite's death spiral linked to software malfunction  New Scientist1 month ago Software, Human Errors Doom Mission Of Japan's Most Powerful X-Ray Satellite  Tech Times1 month ago
NatureWorldNews.com

6 Spectacular photos from JAXA's ALOS satellite

ZME Science ALOS (nicknamed Daichi) is a Japanese Earth-observation satellite, developed by JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency), with the main objective of mapping the Earth's surface, monitoring disasters and providing resource surveying.
 Before It's News1 month ago $286 Million Japanese Hitomi X-Ray Satellite Killed By Botched Software Update  Hot Hardware1 month ago All Hopes Lost for 'Hitomi,' Japan Ends Search for Missing Multi-Million Dollar Satellite  NatureWorldNews.com1 month ago Japan's Black-Hole Searching Hitomi Satellite Lost Permanently Due To Programming Error? Space Agency Gives Up Hope Of Re-Establishing Contact Believing It's Destroyed  Inquisitr1 month ago
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SPACE REPORTER

JAXA gives up attempt to restore Hitomi

Jiji Press TOKYO (Jiji Press) — The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA, said Thursday it has given up attempts to restore control of the Hitomi X-ray astronomy satellite with which the agency lost communication. The Hitomi project, ...
 The Japan News1 month ago Japanese Hitomi satellite deemed to be beyond repair  SPACE REPORTER1 month ago Japan Abandons All Hope of Saving Ailing Hitomi Astronomy Satellite  Space.com1 month ago
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Tech Times

JAXA Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency : Trace of Itokawa's Four Billion Years of History Found on Particles

(JST) National Research and Development Agency Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) A research team led by Aerospace Project Research Associate Toru Matsumoto of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) found that traces of more than four ...
 4 Traders1 day ago Professor and Associate Professor Positions at Institute of Space and Astronautical Science Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency  EnvironmentGuru.com3 days ago NASA-JAXA Science Cooperation Remains Solid Despite Hitomi Setback - UPDATE  SpacePolicyOnline.com1 week ago JAXA: Japan's Aerospace Exploration Agency  Space.com1 month ago
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ITechPost

Japan's Hitomi space 'scope bricked, declared lost after software bug

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has officially declared the ASTRO-H space telescope, renamed Hitomi after its launch, has been lost in space after a series of errors. JAXA lost contact with the $286m x-ray 'scope last month. On ...
 The Register1 month ago Space Brothers' Kasarinchu Performs at Japanese Space Center  Anime News Network1 month ago Lost In Space: Japan Abandons Hitomi Satellite  ITechPost1 month ago Hitomi Spacecraft Meant To Hunt Black Holes Lost In Space JAXA Declares  Tech Times1 month ago
EFE

Japan abandons efforts to retrieve $270 million satellite

Japan's national aerospace agency on Thursday announced it will abandon efforts to retrieve a satellite worth more than $270 million that the agency lost contact with last month. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) said it had lost hopes ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
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