Space experiment definition and operation planning for "Kikuchi-Kossel"

DOI:10.15011/ijmsa.32.320210
Int. J. Microgravity Sci. Appl. 2015p320210
Author
K. KOGURE, T. SONE and Y. ITO
Organization
Department of Science and Applications, Japan Space Forum, ISS Utilization and Operations Department, Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation, Space Environment Utlization Center, Human Spaceflight Mission Derectorate, JAA
Abstract
This paper reports the space experiment definition and operation planning of the Japanese space colloid project “Kikuchi-Kossel”. The project was selected as one of candidates of space experiment in KIBO in 2010. Since then, the researchers and project members have tackled with the various issues to realize the space experiment in ISS/KIBO module, where these issues must be treated under the operations constraints as well as restrictions of the onboard apparatus. To ensure the mission success, we are adopting a milestone review approach for the on-board projects, issues and missions design referring to the experiment operations are coordinated with it. The paper will provide basic information to the researchers who aspire for scientific space experiments.
Keyword(s)
Kikuchi-Kossel, Definition phase, CCOF, WV
PDF
Download

Received 18 Feb. 2015, accepted 14 Apr. 2015, published 31 Apr. 2015

© The Japan Society of Microgravity Applicaiton

この投稿文は次の言語で読めます: Japanese

ページ先頭に戻る