JINRIKISHI STATION BUILDING, JINRAJAS, JAPAN–(Marketwired – Nov. 16, 2018)– A new construction project by Jinshi Station Building Group (JBS) has been awarded the Japanese Government’s prestigious National Science and Technology Development Grant.
“This grant allows us to build an innovative station building for our customers, and this is an example of how our business is going to become a success,” said Mitch McLeod, CEO of JBS.
“This project will also help to support the JBS team to continue to improve our station and help our customers live and work more safely.”
Jinshi has been granted the Japanese government’s prestigious national research and development grant, known as NNT, for the design and construction of a station building for the launch of a new solar powered satellite.
The project is to be launched by a Japanese commercial satellite company in 2022, and the new station building will be used as a space station.
JBS is a leading developer of building and station construction for Japan’s space sector.
The project is expected to take two years to complete, with completion slated for 2022.
The launch of the new satellite, a KASAT-3, will be the first mission to the space station by a commercial spacecraft since 2011.
While Japan’s NNT program is a major investment for the country, the JBS Group is an innovative and innovative company.
A partnership with Japan’s Ministry of Education was instrumental in securing the support of the government and Jinshin has the potential to be an important contributor to the country’s space program.
This project was developed in partnership with a consortium of private companies including, Daisetsu Construction Co., Hikaru Construction Co. and Shinju Group, which is led by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
“Jinshai Station Building is the first in Japan’s history of launching commercial satellites, and we’re looking forward to continuing our work with this partnership to ensure that our customers can continue to live and operate safely on the space shuttle,” said Jens Engelder, Director of Jinshai and JBS’s Space Program.
“The Jinshais mission will make a significant contribution to our global commercial satellite launch program, and I am confident that the success of this project will be a model for other companies to follow.”
More details on Jinshyu, including the design of the building, will follow.
About Jinshia Station Building The Jinrinishi Station Building, a four-story station building with the design of the company, Jinsheisen, will house the launch vehicle for the KASAT3 space vehicle, the NSSAT-2 space station and the Lander 1 spacecraft.
Built on the site of the Jinrinishis old station built in 1928, the new building will feature a solar powered launch vehicle, a submarine station and a space telescope for observation.
Construction of the station building began in 2017 and will take about two years.
What you need to know about the NASA/Jinshis launch vehicle NASA’s KASACSat-2 rocket is designed for long-duration missions and launches from a near-Earth space station orbiting the Earth.
The KASASTat-2 is a solid-fueled rocket capable of reaching speeds of 17,300 mph (24,700 km/h) and reaching a maximum altitude of 14,600 feet (3,500 meters).
The Kasastat-1, launched on October 20, 2001, was built from a combination of liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen and launched into orbit on a Soyuz rocket from the Korean Space Research Institute in Korea.
NASA has been testing the solid-fuel KASASat-3 rocket since 2012.
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