Event

2018.09.05

September 19, 2018, Symposium celebrating the 160th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between France and Japan “Exploring space together: Astronauts’ point of view”

School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Embassy of France, and JAXA host a Symposium celebrating the 160th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between France and Japan “Exploring space together: Astronauts’ point of view”. Please find details below.

Date & Time: September 19, 2018 @ 14:00-17:00

Place: Yasuda Auditorium, The University of Tokyo

Organized by: CNES/Embassy of France, JAXA, and School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

Language: Japanese and English (Simultaneous interpretation) (text captioning system is available)

Fee: Free

Capacity: 900 people ※Registration necessary: registration site will close when it reaches 900 people

Registration: Register here

Related URL: JAXA (Japanese only) http://fanfun.jaxa.jp/event/detail/12592.html
                  Embassy of France (French only) https://jp.ambafrance.org/Visite-au-Japon-de-Thomas-Pesquet-astronaute-francais-de-l-ESA

Program:

14:00~14:15 Opening remarks

14:15~15:00 Mission report by Astronaut Thomas Pesquet/ Astronaut Norishige Kanai

15:00~15:30 Cross Talk. Pesquet/Kanai on significance value of ISS incl. discussion w/audience

15:30~15:50 Break

15:50~16:05 Expetation for the next mission by Astronaut Soichi Noguchi

16:05~16:50 Panel discussion “From the low earth orbit to the Lunar, Mars exploration”

16:50~16:55  Delivery of OFK (Official Flight Kit) from School of Engineering to Astronaut Soichi Noguchi

16:55~17:00 Closing remarks