Space X-ray satellite XRISM, in which Baba Institute participates, successfully launched.
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School of Science, The University of Tokyo
On September 8, 2023, the X-ray space satellite XRISM was successfully launched by an H2A rocket.
The Graduate School of Science, Department of Physics, Baba Laboratory has been playing a major role in the science creation of this satellite, development of the soft X-ray imaging detector Xtend and software, etc. We are looking forward to the results that will come out one after another. We are looking forward to the results that will come out one after another.
For more information, please visit the JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency ) website.
Figure: Actual X-ray spectroscopic imaging satellite (XRISM). It weighs 2.3 tons ©JAXA