Press Release

Kibo Utilization Symposium in Kansai to be held in Osaka

By SpaceRef Editor
November 12, 2001
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The National Space Development Agency of Japan(NASDA) will hold the
second symposium concerning the International Space Station(ISS)
Japanese Experiment Module(Kibo) Utilization “The century of Space
Renaissance -making the ISS more open to our society-“. NASDA held the
first “Kibo Utilization Symposium” on March 2001, with the aim to
increase the diversity of Kibo utilization to new fields and forms.

1.Date and time: November 28 (Wednesday), 2001 9:30 – 17:00

2.Site: Umeda Sky Building 36F, Sky Room

(1-1-88, Ooyodonaka, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Japan)

3.Host Organization: NASDA

4.Cooperative Organizations:

Osaka Science & Technology Center (OSTEC), Kansai Space Forum (KSF),

ISS Business Forum, Japan Space Utilization Promotion Center (JSUP),

Institute for Future Technology (IFTECH)


5.Supporting Organizations:


*Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
(MEXT)

*Japan Federation of Economic Organizations


6.Fee: charge-free (prior applications are necessary)

7.Inquiries and public applications should be contacted to:

3-30-16 Nishiwaseda, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 169-8624, Japan
Sadanori KAWANO

Space Experiment Promotion Department

Japan Space Utilization Promotion Center (JSUP)

Phone to : +81-3-5273-2442

Fax to : +81-3-5273-0705

E-mail to: [email protected]


8.Other: This symposium will be broadcasted live at NASDA Headquarters
(Minato-ku, Tokyo) and NASDA Tsukuba Space Center(Tsukuba, Ibaraki).

SpaceRef staff editor.