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JAXA TODAY Magazine
« on: 01/18/2011 08:39 PM »
"JAXA TODAY" is JAXA’s English magazine.

http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/index_e.html

No.01 (Jan. 2010): Space: Contributing to the future of mankind, What do JAXA’s activities aim for?, H-IIB Launch Vehicle, H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV), Astronaut Koichi Wakata.

http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday001.pdf

No.02 (August 2010): JAXA Astronaut Naoko Yamazaki, Akatsuki, Ikaros, Asteroid explorer Hayabusa.

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday002.pdf

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday002_p.pdf
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Re: JAXA TODAY Magazine
« Reply #1 on: 02/01/2011 08:46 PM »
New issue of JAXA TODAY magazine

JAXA TODAY No.03 (January 2011): Professor Jun'ichiro Kawaguchi, Particles brought back from Asteroid Itokawa, Astronaut Soichi Noguchi's 163 days in space, Expanding the frontiers of scientific discovery aboard the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM) Kibo, JAXA’s frontier.

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Re: JAXA TODAY Magazine
« Reply #2 on: 08/22/2011 07:58 AM »
New issue of JAXA TODAY magazine

JAXA TODAY No.04 (August 2011): JAXA Astronaut Soichi Noguchi, H-II Transfer Vehicle, "All Japan" Ingenuity Creates the "Ultimate Laboratory", MICHIBIKI's Unlimited Potential, JAXA's Response to the Great East Japan Earthquake, Akatsuki: Aiming for a Second Attempt at Orbital Insertion Around Venus in 2015, JAXA’s frontier.

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday004.pdf

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday004_p.pdf

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Re: JAXA TODAY Magazine
« Reply #3 on: 02/16/2012 01:25 PM »
New issue of JAXA TODAY magazine

JAXA TODAY No.05 (February 2012): Interview with Keizo Nakagawa, Asteroid Itokawa Returns to the Cover of Science, The Space Shuttle Program: An Important Chapter in the History of Human Space Flight, Observing the Earth Today for the Benefit of Tomorrow, MICHIBIKI–Japan’s First Positioning Satellite Guiding Society to a New Future, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), JAXA’s Frontier.

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday005.pdf

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday005_p.pdf

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Re: JAXA TODAY Magazine
« Reply #4 on: 08/02/2012 03:41 PM »
New issue of JAXA TODAY magazine

JAXA TODAY No.06 (August 2012): Letter from Vienna, Interview with Akihiko Hoshide, JAXA’s Mission and Long-Term Vision, Deploying Small Satellites from JEM Kibo, Flying Test Bed (FTB) “Hisho”Pioneers Advanced Aircraft Technology, Hayabusa2 Setting Sights on a New Sample-Return Challenge, “Space is the ideal workplace. I would loveto do another long-term mission.”, The JAXA International Top Young Fellowship(ITYF) Program, Successful Execution of Controlled Re-entry of Launch Vehicle Upper Stage, JAXA’s Frontier.

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday006.pdf

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday006_p.pdf

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Re: JAXA TODAY Magazine
« Reply #5 on: 01/23/2013 02:03 PM »
New issue of JAXA TODAY magazine

JAXA TODAY No.07 (January 2013): Letter from Vienna, A New Serial, for JAXA TODAY (No.2). Reaching for the Skies, Exploring Space JAXA’s Long-Term Vision. Astronaut Hoshide Recalls His Busy Days in Space. Reaffirming Our Commitment after 20 Years of Progress. What is Happening in the Arctic? Arctic Climate Change Captured by SHIZUKU’s First Observations. SELENE Sheds Light on the Origin and Geological Evolution of the Moon. DREAMS Project. Developing the Next-Generation Air Traffic Management (ATM) System to Ensure Safe and Comfortable Global Aviation. JAXA’s Frontier. i-Ball Witnesses KOUNOTORI3’s Last Moments.

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday007.pdf

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday007_p.pdf
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Re: JAXA TODAY Magazine
« Reply #6 on: 04/10/2014 06:45 PM »
New issue of JAXA TODAY magazine

JAXA TODAY No.08 (April 2014): Epsilon Launch Vehicle Ushers in a New Era for Space Development, Our First 10 Years.All of Japan Becomes a Part of JAXA. Koichi Wakata.Japan’s First ISS Commander, Liaison Diary: Russia, View from the Editor’s Window: Bringing Space Meals to You, JAXA’s Frontier.

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday008.pdf

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http://www.jaxa.jp/pr/jaxas/pdf/jaxatoday008_p.pdf

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