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UNISEC is a NPO which supports practical space development activities in universities and colleges, such as small satellite and hybrid rockets.




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18.10.25 UNISEC officially became Authorized Non-profit Organizaion

UNISEC was recognized as an Authorized Non-profit Organization  by Tokyo Metropolitan Government on October 17th (Validity period is five years.)

An Authorized NPO is the organization which is supported by the general public, whose activity and management are properly conducted, and whose information is widely opened. This status is given only to NPOs which pass the examination. Donor to the Authorized NPO can enjoy tax incentives.

In Tokyo, the number of 291 out of the total 9,362 NPOs is  admitted as Authorized NPO. To renew this authorization, more than 100 donors per year are needed. We would appreciate for continuing your support.

For further information about Authorized NPO, please check the URL below (in Japanese only.)

About Authorized NPO


18.02.19 Announcement of UNISEC’s 15th Anniversary Event

An announcement was made on December 27, 2017 about the 15th Anniversary Event of UNISEC to be held on January 27, 2018 at Takeda Hall, The University of Tokyo.

The anniversary event consists of

-Free Talks by UNISEC’s first generation on what were learnt at UNISEC,

-Panel discussion on Issues of Japanese Satellite Mission,

-Brief Comments by the past representatives of UNISON,

-Future International Activities of UNISEC,

-Code of Conduct by UNISEC

-Reception

Please check the digest movie below!


17.12.12 UNISEC Workshop in December

The annual UNISEC Workshop was held at the Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology (Arakawa Campus) on December 9-10, 2017.  There were many participants of students and teaching staff. The first meeting of teachers’ research and development group was also held. Thank you for your participation.

 

 The number of participants:

general  members: 19,  invited: 2,  total: 21

students members: 162,   Non members: 1,  total: 163

total: 184

The materials of special lecture are below. (in Japanese only)

“About the international frequency adjustment of the small satellite” Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications base station signal Policy Division International Frequency Policy Office

About the outline etc. of technical standards based on “Law concerning launch of artificial satellite etc. and management of artificial satellite” etc. Cabinet Office Space Development Strategy Promotion Office

The voting results of the exhibited posters by students are as follows:

-         1st prize: Tokyo Denki University (Takadama Lab.)

-         2nd prize: The University of Tokyo (Nakasuka/Funase Lab.)

-         3rd prize: Osaka Institute of Technology (Tahara Lab.)

A space quiz was offered for the first time by Prof. Ishikawa of the Tokyo Metropolitan College.


17.09.27 Debriefing of ARLISS 2017 in Nevada, USA

A debriefing of ARLISS (A Rocket Launch for International Student Satellites) was held on September 10-15, 2017.

The number of participants is as follows;

The number of teams

Japan: 16

overseas: 4(Peru, Korea, US×2)

total: 20

The number of participants

Students: 97(only Japanese)


17.08.02 Annual General Meeting in August

The 15th General Meeting was held on July 30th, 2017 at the Takeda Hall, The University of Tokyo.The event ended in great success. Thank you for your participation.

The number of participants is as follows;

studens: 87,

general: 49,

total: 136,

social gathering: 66


17.06.14 UNCOPUOS Permanent Observer

On June 9th, 2017, in the 60th session of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS), UNISEC-Global has been accepted as Permanent Observer to UNCOPUOS.
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Activity

2018.7.29
UNISEC General meeting
2018.8
Noshiro Space Event
2018.8.20 - 31
The 9th CanSat Leader Training Program
2018.9.10 - 13
ARLISS
2018.11.19 - 21
6th UNISEC Global Meeting
2018.11 (During 6th UNIGLO)
5th Mission Idea Contest
2018.11 or 12 (tentative)
UNISEC Workshop
UNISEC Channel(YouTube)
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