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JAPANESE SPACECRAFT




   • ADEOS (Advanced Earth Observing Satellite)
   • Ajisai
   • Akebono (Exos-D)
   • ALOS (Advanced Land Observing Satellite)
   • ASCA (Advanced Satellite for Cosmology and Astrophysics; Asuka, Astro-D)
   • Astro- series
   • Astro-E
   • Astro-F
   • Asuka (ASCA)
   • Ayama

   • BS- series (Broadcasting Satellite; Yuri)

   • COMETS (Communications and Broadcasting Experimental Test Satellite; Kakehashi)
   • Corsa-A
   • Corsa-B (Hakucho)
   • CS- (Communications Satellite)

   • Denpa
   • DRTS (Data Relay Test Satellite)

   • ECS (Experimental Communications Satellite; Ayama)
   • EGS (Experimental Geodetic Satellite; Ajisai)
   • ETS (Engineering Test Satellite; Kiku)
   • Exos- series

   • Fuyo (JERS)

   • GCOM (Global Change Observing Mission)
   • Ginga (Astro-C)
   • GMS (Geosynchronous Meteorological Satellite)

   • Hagoromo
   • Hakucho (Corsa-B)
   • HALCA (Highly Advanced Laboratory for Communications and Astronomy; Haruka, MUSES-B)
   • Hayabusa (MUSES-C)
   • Hinode (Solar-B)
   • Hiten (MUSES-A)

   • IRTS (Infrared Telescope in Space)
   • ISS (Ionospheric Sounding Satellite)

   • JAS (Japanese Amateur Satellite)
   • JERS (Japanese Earth Resources Satellite; Fuyo)
   • Jikiken (Exos-B)
   • Jindai (MABES)

   • Kakehashi (COMETS)
   • Kiku (ETS)
   • Kyokko (Exos-A)

   • Lunar-A

   • MABES (Magnetic Bearing Satellite; Jindai)
   • MDS (Mission Demonstration test Satellite)
   • MOS (Mission Observation Satellite; Momo)
   • Midori (ADEOS 1)
   • MUSES series
   • MUSES-C (Hayabusa)
   • Myojo

   • Ohzora (Exos-C)
   • OICETS (Optical Inter-orbit Communications Engineering Test Satellite)
   • Osumi

   • Planet- series

   • Ryusei

   • Sakigake
   • SELENE (Selenological and Engineering Explorer)
   • SFU (Space Flyer Unit)
   • Shinsei
   • Solar- (Japanese satellites)
   • Solar-B
   • SS (Scientific Satellite)
   • Suisei (Planet-A)

   • Taiyo (Shinsei-3; SRATS)
   • Tansei
   • Tenma (Astro-B)
   • TRMM (Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission)

   • Ume (ISS)

   • Yohkoh
   • Yuri (BS-)

Related entry

   • Japanese satellite names


Related categories

   • JAPAN IN SPACE
   • SATELLITES AND SPACE PROBES