Japanese researchers reported that two satellites were launched on the International Space Station on 22 September, scientific news reported on Monday.
The weekend launch at Shizuoka University in Japan,It was introduced into outer space as part of Space Autonomous Robotic Satellite Project (STARS). According to the information on the project website, the satellite called STARS-ME is said to be carried to the ISS by the HTV launched by the H-IIB rocket.
This launch was originally scheduled on 11th September. I still do not know why he will be behind more than a week. I wrote it on the team for clarification.
If successful, the space liftWe can transport people and objects very much to space and from space. However, many developments such as special high energy cosmic ray tolerant cables are being made.
Launch will follow in 2009, 2014 and 2016 for STARS, STARS-II, and STARS-C respectively. Only STARS is still active in space. A new launch called STARS-AO scheduled for October 29 is imminent.
Shizuoka University did not immediately respond to requests for information on these launch differences.
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