GREETINGS FROM JAXA AND IMSPG

On behalf of ISAS/JAXA, I welcome our friends from international research communities interested in physical science by space environment utilization to the most famous historical city in Japan, Kyoto at upcoming ISPS-6. The construction of ”Kibo”, the Japanese experiment module of ISS, has been completed by 2009 and experiments on “Kibo” have started at 2008. Many invaluable results have been accumulated in these 6 years and it is a time to re-examine our past achievements and discuss strategies in future. I expect fruitful scientific and technical discussions and information interchanges in the symposium to connect our activities to the space exploration era as the next stage of international corporation. I also express my grateful thanks to JASMA, President Dr. M. Ishikawa and members who devote to organize and coordinate ISPS-6.

 

Masahiro Takayanagi,

Director of ISS Science Project Office, ISAS/JAXA

JAXA Representative for IMSPG

Masahiro TAKAYANAGI, Director of ISS Science Project Office, ISAS/JAXA IMSPG Member

Masahiro TAKAYANAGI,
Director of ISS Science Project Office, ISAS/JAXA
JAXA Representative for IMSPG

 

 

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