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Japan’s First Space Force Commander on His Squadron’s Role

Japan's first space force commander on his squadron's role, and Gundam: Interview

The Japan Self-Defense Forces’ (SDF) first specialized space force, the Space Operations Squadron, was established by the Air Self-Defense Force (ASDF) on May 18.

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Japan Revises Space Policy for the First Time in Five Years

Japan launches new unit to step up defence in outer space

The Japanese government held a meeting of its Strategic Headquarters for Space Development on Monday, where they outlined the country’s 10-year basic space policy. Revised for the first time in five years, Japan changed its space policy with the hope of sending the country’s astronauts to the Moon as part of a US lunar probe.

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U.S.-Japan Technology Policy Coordination: Balancing Technonationalism With a Globalized World

U.S.-Japan Technology Policy Coordination: Balancing Technonationalism With a Globalized World

The Resurgence of Technonationalism The U.S.-Japan alliance sits at a crucial historical juncture as globalization recedes and China’s international stature grows. The world is shifting from a technoglobalist-oriented economic and innovation framework premised on reducing barriers to trade, investment, and supply chain development amid harmonized multilateral standards.

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Japan a Model When Encountering UFOs, Aliens

Japan a Model When Encountering UFOs, Aliens

In 1956, reports of silver metallic strips, like pieces of paper, were seen falling from the sky in Choshi, Chiba Prefecture, Tokyo, Japan. In Fukushima Japan, people reported seeing a UFO near Mount Senganmori. Takayama city in Gifu Prefecture and Tokyo’s Meiji Shrine are also well-known UFO hot-spots. UFO sightings continue to be reported daily in Japan.

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