Tokyo, April 3 (BNA) - Japan has refused a North Korean invitation to observers at Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) to its rocket launch, officials said Tuesday.
What does AXA stand for?
AXA stands for Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (also seen as JAXA)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 5 other meanings of AXA in our Acronym Attic
- Amateur X.25 Protocol (used by Hams)
- Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician First Class (Naval Rating)
- Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician Second Class (Naval Rating)
- Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician Third Class (Naval Rating)
- ApplicationXtender 5
- Alpha Chi Alpha
- Anguilla, Anguilla (Airport Code)
- Animal Crossing Ahead (online forum community/guide to the game Animal Crossing)
- Antifactor Xa Activity (anesthesiology)
- Auxiliary Artery
- Airman Apprentice, Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician Striker (Naval Rating)
- Australian X-ray Analytical Association
- Advanced Extensible Markup Language Application Development
- Advanced X-Ray Astrophysics Facility
- Advanced X-ray Astrophysics Facility - Retrieval
- Asynchronous XHTML and HTTP (Extensible Hypertext Markup Language and Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
- Airman, Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician Striker (Naval Rating)
- AxcessBoarding (est. 2005; sports simulation)
- Airborne/Air Expendable Bathythermograph
- Axial-Ratio Bandwidth
Samples in periodicals archive:
Aug 10, 2009 Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is developing key technologies for disaster monitoring unmanned air vehicles that would operate in tandem over an area providing rapid response and persistent surveillance.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS European aircraft maker Airbus said on Friday that it has teamed up with Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) for cooperative research activities in the field of composite materials.
The H-2 Transfer Vehicle, which costs about $131 million each, is being developed by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and domestic companies.
The Yomiuri newspaper says US officials have been in unofficial talks with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency about buying the H-2 Transfer Vehicle, or HTV.