Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency - Astronaut Report (JAXA-AstroReport) - 09.17.14
ISS Science for Everyone
Science Objectives for Everyone
The Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency - Astronaut Report (JAXA-AstroReport) investigation allows astronauts to document, in a journal, their life living and working on board the ISS.
Science Results for Everyone
What, exactly, do astronauts do all day up in space? The daily activities of crew members on the space station can be inspiring to the next generation of space explorers. AstroReport documents living and working life aboard the International Space Station. Astronaut Soichi Noguchi wrote about his tasks and life aboard the station and his reports were published in Japanese newspapers and magazines along with articles motivating people to learn more about the station and space.
Sponsoring Space Agency
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
ISS Expedition Duration
March 2009 - March 2013
Previous ISS Missions
- Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency - AstroReport (JAXA-AstroReport) is an activity to write report in Japanese concerning ISS ordinary life to attract attention for manned space activity to gain support for future manned space exploration from Japanese public.
The report was created by Astronaut Soichi Noguchi. He wrote about his tasks and life aboard the ISS. His reports reached the Japanese population through newspapers and magazines with articles that motivated people to understand and learn more about ISS and space.