Call for Proposals Asian Try Zero-G, 2016
Last Updated: December 25, 2015
Kibo-ABC renewed “Try Zero-G for Asian youth” as “Asian Try Zero-G” program and invites your idea of the simple space experiment to be conducted in the International Space Station (ISS)/Kibo. Most updated point is the selection area became to 2 categories such as Category 1; under 18 years old, and Category 2; Young scientists and Engineers, ages up to 27 years old. The next of JAXA ISS crew, astronaut Takuya Onishi will be assigned for this mission in Japanese experiment module “Kibo” during his stay. Kibo-ABC expects unique, novel and/or informative ideas that have never been done in ISS/Kibo.
- Guideline [PDF: 176KB]
- Application form [Excel: 65KB]
- Available onboard items [PDF: 611KB]
- Schedule and Deadline
February 29, 2016(JST 17:00): Deadline of application submittal.
March 18, 2016: Selection announcement.
PLEASE submit to your country’s Kibo-ABC member agency . If you plan to submit the application by e-mail, the application must be postmarked by the deadline. The selection result and the winner of the candidate ideas will be announced by circulation mail. The announcement will include the contents of the proposal, the outcome/reason, as well as the applicant’s name, address (prefecture and country), and occupation.
Moreover, the result of activity will be announced on this JAXA HP.
- General contact point
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
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