According to a report by Japan’s Kyodo News Agency on May 2, sources revealed that the research team of the University of Tokyo in Japan will start in July with China’s Tsinghua University to conduct basic research on rocket engines in the space station “Tiangong” developed in China. experiment.
According to the report, the research team of the University of Tokyo is the only team from Japan participating in the “Tiangong” scientific research project.
According to a previous report by Xinhua News Agency, the China Manned Space Engineering Office and the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs jointly announced in Vienna on June 12, 2019 that nine projects from 17 countries stood out from 42 applications and became the scientific experiment of China’s space station. The first batch of selected projects These projects come from 23 institutions in 17 countries, including Switzerland, Poland, Germany, Italy, Norway, France, Spain, the Netherlands, India, Russia, Belgium, Kenya, Japan, Saudi Arabia, China, Mexico, Peru, and government agencies and private entities, etc.
The fields involved in the project include space astronomy, microgravity fluid physics and combustion science, earth science, applied new technology, space life science, biotechnology, etc.