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Full Name International Space Station Utlilization: Japanese Experiment Module - Exposed Facility Status Operational (nominal)
Mission Agencies JAXA Launch Date 15 Jul 2009
Mission Links mission site EOL Date Jan 2031
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Orbit Type Inclined, non-sun-synchronous Orbit Period 92.9 minutes
Orbit Sense Orbit Inclination 51.6 deg
Orbit Altitude 400 km Orbit Longitude
Orbit LST Repeat Cycle
Objectives and Applications The Japanese Experiment Module-Exposed Facility (JEM-EF) is an external platform of JEM for conducting scientific observations, Earth observations and experiments in an environment exposed to space. There are 12 Exposed Facility Units (EFUs) on JEM-EF, which were delivered to the module onboard the ISS via multiple H-II Transfer Vehicles (HTV). JEM-EF was launched to the ISS in July 2009.
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