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A Two-Sister Team of Thailand Performed "Zero-Gravity Flight Experiment" in Japan

Comment 1:
Mr. Tetsuo Tanaka, Director of JAXA Space Environment Utilization Center

"This zero-gravity flight experiment contest has been conducted in Japan as a part of our educational program in association with the International Space Station (ISS) program. This is the first time for JAXA to cooperate in a Zero-Gravity Flight Experiment Contest in an Asian country. We appreciate the wonderful work of Thai students and the great support from NSTDA. We built up our fruitful experience from not only the successful flight experiment but also from the process to implement the microgravity experiment in Thailand. This experience will provide the foundation for the future international cooperation between Asian countries and JAXA in space environment utilization, including JEM utilization."

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