At Teikyo University, on November 2015th (Thursday), 11th (Thursday), and 5th (Thursday), 12, the extension course "History of Space Development and the Future Artificial Satellite" Sputnik 26 "" will be held at the Kasumigaseki Campus of the same university. 1 years since the successful launch "will be held.
The university is focusing on aerospace-related efforts. In 2014, students from the Faculty of Science and Technology (Utsunomiya City, Tochigi Prefecture) designed and developed a small artificial satellite "Teikyo Sat-3". It was launched into space on the H2A rocket of JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency).
In addition, by participating in the Tochigi Aerospace Association (TASC), we are contributing to the technological development and promotion of technological development in Tochigi Prefecture, where many aerospace-related industries are concentrated.In addition, research on spacecraft in collaboration with other organizations is underway.
The open lecture will be held three times in total, including rocket engineering (history and current status of rocket development, new rockets planned in each country), space system engineering (small artificial satellites, asteroid exploration), and space utilization (artificial shooting stars, solar power generation). We are planning to introduce satellites, space tourism services, etc.), and will explore the past, present, and future of space development.
Anyone can participate and the tuition fee is free.The lecture format is 40 people, and the deadline for reception is the day before each lecture (first-come-first-served basis).
Source: [Teikyo University] Kasumigaseki Campus Open Lecture "History of Space Development and the Future 1 Years from the Successful Launch of the Artificial Satellite" Sputnik 60 ""