Hakucho

The first Japanese X-ray astronomy satellite; it was named “swan” in Japanese because one of the most powerful cosmic X-ray sources is Cygnus X-1. As in the case of many other X-ray satellites deployed around this time, Hakucho was designed to study and monitor transient (quick-changing) phenomena, ...
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Hakuchō

[train] The Hakuchō and スーパー白鳥 are Japanese limited express train services which operate between {ja-stalink|Shin-Aomori} and {ja-stalink|Hakodate} via the undersea Seikan Tunnel. The services are operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East) and Hokkaido Railway Company (JR Hokkaido) respectively. The services commenced on ...
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Hakucho

Hakucho (also known as CORSA-b before launch) was Japan`s first X-ray astronomy satellite, developed by the Institute of Space and Aeronautical Science (then a division of the University of Tokyo). It was launched by the ISAS M-3C-4 rocket on February 21, 1979 and reentered the atmosphere on April 16, 1985{Citation needed|date=February 2010}. It ....
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