Nozomi

(from the article `Mars`) A wave of spacecraft converged on Mars in late 2003 and early 2004 with mixed outcomes. Nozomi, launched by Japan in 1998 on a leisurely trajectory, ...
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Nozomi

[spacecraft] Nozomi (のぞみ) (Japanese for `Wish` or `Hope,` and known before launch as Planet-B) was planned as a Mars-orbiting aeronomy probe, but was unable to achieve Mars orbit due to electrical failures. Operation was terminated on December 31, 2003. It was constructed by the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, University...
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Nozomi

[train] The trains stop at fewer stations than the Hikari trains. On the Tōkaidō Shinkansen, Nozomi trains stop at Tokyo Station, Shinagawa Station, Shin-Yokohama Station, Nagoya Station, Kyoto Station, and Shin-Ōsaka Station. On the Sanyō Shinkansen, all Nozomi trains stop at Shin-Kobe Station, Okayama Station, Hiroshima Station, Kokur...
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Nozomi

Japan's first attempted Mars orbiter. After a long and eventful journey to the Red Planet, the mission was finally abandoned in early December 2003. Known before launch as Planet-B, Nozomi ('Hope') was launched on Jul. 4, 1998, on the second flight of the M-V rocket from Kagoshima Space Center. No...
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