Space Observation Systems for Astrophysics Laboratory

Observation on data from the universe

 
To make observations using a balloon or satellite, it is necessary to read out signals detected by detectors and process and extract necessary information before relaying the data from the balloon or satellite to the ground for conducting analyses to extract only scientific information. Our laboratory hopes to provide a place for students to conduct research on technologies that combine hardware and software through their development of space observation systems.
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Affiliation
Electronic Information Systems
Faculty Name
YOSHIDA, Kenji
Academic Society
The Physical Society of Japan
The Astronomical Society of Japan
Keyword
Universe, Physics, International Space Station

Study Fields

Physics
Astrophysics
Astronomy

For Society

Our laboratory conducts research to develop detectors to be loaded onto satellites or balloons for actual observation. A myriad of mysteries remain about the universe, but your research at this laboratory might lead to a key to unlock some of the mysteries.

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