The Kagoshima Space Center in Uchinoura, Kagoshima Prefecture, southwestern Japan, will be used for launching the new M-5 rockets, as is the case with the existing model, they said.
What does KSC stand for?
KSC stands for Kagoshima Space Center
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Officials at the ISAS's Kagoshima Space Center worked around the clock without success to separate the Demonstrator of Atmospheric Reentry System with Hyper Velocity (DASH) and put it into orbit as planned.
24, Japan launched its moon-bound spacecraft, called Hiten, into an elliptical orbit around Earth from the Kagoshima Space Center on the southern island of Kyushu.
from the Kagoshima Space Center in Uchinoura, Kagoshima Prefecture.
Nozomi, launched in July last year from the Kagoshima Space Center in Uchinoura, Kagoshima Prefecture, hurtled toward Mars in December by employing a swing-by technique using the moon's gravitational field.
The Planet-B spacecraft, one of the smallest spacecraft ever flown to Mars, will be launched from the Kagoshima Space Center in Uchinoura, Kagoshima Prefecture, southwestern Japan.