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International Space Station (ISS) is about 100m wide, 70m long and weights about 420,000 kg. ISS is orbiting around Earth every about 90 minutes. Exposure Facility (EF) where the experiments can be done in space, is attached outside of ISS. Experiments named Tanpopo meaning dandelion is on progress on EF. In Tanpopo Experiment, we are testing how long can terrestrial microbe survive in space environment. We are also collecting particles in space using porous silicagel called aerogel. We are expecting particles from space including micrometeorite can be collected. There may be particles escaped from Earth. Tanpopo instruments were launched on 2015 and returned to the ground after one year exposure, analysis of which are now going on. We are expecting many to be learned. Mars is orbiting outside of Earth. There are new findings on Mars, which was considered to be dead. Hydrothermal system has been found in the satellite around the Saturn. Thousands of planes outside Solar System have been found. We are hoping to find extraterrestrial life to be found somewhere. We will discuss the future development of Astrobiology.

Date 10:30-12:30, November 25th(Sat), 2017
Venue MeetingRoomA,8Fl
No. 131
Organizer Team of Tanpopo Experiment on Exposure Facility of International Space Station (TOYAKU, JAXA, et al)

Presenter and Moderator

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Yuko KAWAGUCHI
Asistant Professer, Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Scienses
Yuko Kawaguchi was born at Okayama in 1984. She graduated Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Toyama in 2008. She earned her Ph.D. in School of Life Scienses, Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Scienses in 2013. She worked at Japan Aerospace Expolation Expolaration Agency (JAXA) as an invitation researcher and project reseracher from 2014-2015. She has served as the asistant professer of Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences since July 2015.

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Hajime MITA
Professor, Fukuoka Institute of Technology
2007-Present Professor, Fukuoka Institute of Technology
2004-2007 Lecturer at Department of Chemistry, University of Tsukuba
1996-2004 Research Associate Assistant at Department of Chemistry, University of Tsukuba
1993-1996 Research Assistant at Department of Chemistry, University of Tsukuba
1987-1993 Researcher at Japan Synthetic Rubbers, Co., Ltd.
1996 Awarded the degree of Ph.D. in Science from University of Tsukuba

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Akihiko YAMAGISHI
Professor, Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences
1981 Ph. D. from The University of Tokyo. PosDoc in UC Berkeley, PosDoc in Carnegie Institute of Washington, Asis. Prof. in Tokyo Inst. Tech., Assoc. Prof. in Tokyo Univ. Pharm. Life Scie., Current position since 2005

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Hajime YANO
Assistant Professor, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (ISAS/JAXA)
Hajime Yano earned his Ph.D. in space science from the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK, in 1995 and was appointed Assistant Professor of ISAS, Japan, in 1999, after research associateships at ISAS and NASA Johnson Space Center. Being affiliated to the Graduate University for Advanced Studies, he also serves as Guest Associate Professor of the Keio University Graduate School of System Design and Management, the Hosei University Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Part-time Lecturer of the University of Tokyo Graduate School of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, and Guest Researcher of the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology.

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Motohide TAMURA
Professor, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo
Director of Astrobiology Center, NINS. Received Ph.D. in 1988, Post-doctoral fellows at NOAO and NASA/JPL, and Assistant and Associate Professor at NAOJ till 2013.

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