Astronautics for Peace and Human Progress. Proceedings of by L. G. Napolitano

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2) Landsat ground station As part of the development program of Japan's Earth observation satellite system and also as part of the international cooperation with the establishment of world-wide via-satellite remote sensing system, the construction of Landsat ground station is under progress by NASDA. The station, located in Saitama-ken, near Tokyo, is planned to start its operation before the end of FY 1978. Major facilities installed at the station include subsystems for data receiving, recording and processing.

Japanese space scientists have made notable contributions to the world progress of space science. Today, by means of various types of sounding rockets such as single-stage S-210 and S-310, two-stage K-9M and K-10M and three-stage L-3H, space scientists, under leadership of the ISAS of the University of Tokyo, are conducting a wide variety of observations on sun-terrestrial physics, space plasma and magnetosphere, astronomical phenomena and so forth. Besides ISAS, the Japanese Meteorological Agency (JMAJ is using single-stage MT-135P for regular observations of upper atmospheric wind and temperature up to an altitude of 60 km, while the National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR), is using S-210 and S-310 for observations of auroral phenomena and polar ionosphere in Antarctica.

The fourth generation, named M-3S, is an improved version of M-3H. M-3S is equipped with SITVC on both the first and second stages. At least three satellites are currently planned to be launched by M-3S rockets. 2 N and H launch vehicles 1) The first generation of satellite launch vehicle series developed by NASDA is called the N launch vehicle or the N-I launch vehicle. It is a three-stage radio guided vehicle with propulsion systems employing liquid propellant LOX and RJ-1 for the first stage and ^ 0 ^ and A-50 for the second stage and solid propellant for the third stage and strap-on boosters.

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