Paul Kallender-Umezu

Paul Kallender-Umezu
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A New Direction For Japan’s Space Program?
Japanese space programs face strict new reality
Japanese Space Program Braces For Cuts
Policy shifting away from research and development
Japan's Space Program Braces For Cuts 
TOKYO - As Japan’s space policy plans shift away from research and development, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is finding its flagship science, technology and manned spaceflight programs in line for cuts and cancellations. (Epsilon rocket: JAXA)
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May 5, 2015
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