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January 2nd, 2011
JAXA i Closes in Tokyo

The JAXA information center, JAXA i, which worked as a connecting point between people and “the sky and space” in Marunouchi, Tokyo, closed permanently on Dec. 28. We’ve been providing various information on the sky and space through events including a monthly talk show, and a live launch broadcast, and we now feel that the most precious treasure we have gained from JAXA i is the ties born between you and JAXA. We would like to consider your heartfelt support as a star of hope to strive for further development of aerospace activities. JAXA i has completed its almost six-year history, but your continued support will be very much appreciated. Read More