International Space Station Japanese Experiment Module (JEM)

International Space Station Japanese Experiment Module (JEM)


Kakamigahara, Japan (JP)
The Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), also known with the nickname Kibo (きぼう Kibō, Hope), is a Japanese science module for the International Space Station (ISS) developed by JAXA. It is the largest single ISS module. The first two pieces of the module were launched on space shuttle missions STS-123 and STS-124. The third and final components were launched on STS-127.
The Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), also known with the nickname Kibo (きぼう Kibō, Hope), is a Japanese science module for the International Space Station (ISS) developed by JAXA. It is the largest single ISS module. The first two pieces of the module were launched on space shuttle missions STS-123 and STS-124. The third and final components were launched on STS-127.
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By: kjfitz

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