Information of JAXA research

  1. Researches on Itokawa particles containing a phase of Fe, Ni, and S
  2. Researches on Itokawa particle containing silica phase
  3. Heterogeneity of regolith distributions on asteroid Itokawa based on their observations of microstructures and mineralogical studies
  4. A consortium study on the largest Itokawa particle
  5. Micro-impact structures on the surface of the Itokawa particle and their mineralogical studies
  6. Detail analyses on micro-impact craters on the surfaces of Itokawa particles
  7. Detail analyses on weird-structured Fe-S phases on the surfaces of Itokawa particles
  8. A consortium study on an agglutinate Itokawa particle
  9. Quantitative analyses of siderophile elements in metal phases of Itokawa particles
  10. Researches on FeS-bearing Itokawa particles
  11. Researches on phosphate-bearing Itokawa particles
  12. Researches on aggregate-type Itokawa particles

Theme: Researches on Itokawa particles containing a phase of Fe, Ni, and S

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Theme: Researches on Itokawa particle containing silica phase

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Theme: Heterogeneity of regolith distributions on asteroid Itokawa based on their observations of microstructures and mineralogical studies

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Theme: A consortium study on the largest Itokawa particle

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Theme: Micro-impact structures on the surface of the Itokawa particle and their mineralogical studies

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Theme: Detail analyses on micro-impact craters on the surfaces of Itokawa particles

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Theme: Detail analyses on weird-structured Fe-S phases on the surfaces of Itokawa particles

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Theme: A consortium study on an agglutinate Itokawa particle

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Theme: Quantitative analyses of siderophile elements in metal phases of Itokawa particles

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Theme: Researches on FeS-bearing Itokawa particles

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Theme: Researches on phosphate-bearing Itokawa particles

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Theme: Researches on aggregate-type Itokawa particles

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Theme: Researches on aggregate-type Itokawa particles

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