Long-sought goals in robotics, improved launchers, high-speed-aircraft research and planetary exploration remain at the center of a 20-year vision statement for JAXA, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency. Reliability is a theme throughout JAXA's mission statement to the Space Activities Commission (SAC), which contains 16 major goals broken down into three main areas: manned space flight, solar system and planetary exploration, and aeronautics. Overall, the agency intends to make ...

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