In 1963, the State National Aerospace Laboratory launched, along with aircraft technology that it was done by National Aerospace Laboratory. Japan launched its first satellite, Ohsumi, in 1970, using ISAS' L-4S rocket.  To address this, Professor Hideo Itokawa of Tokyo University established an aviation research group at the Institute of Industrial Science at the University. NASDA initially planned to develop its own liquid fuel rocket. Now a lot of satellites and experimental spacecraft to launch satellites in the country, became a strong technical capabilities in this field. Afterwards, the Mu rockets were changed from four stages to three stages to simplify the system, and enhancements were made to M-3C.
The biggest success in recent years Hayabusa said feedback. Small worlds witnessed dramatic changes in our solar system that occurred long before humans. The first mission to return a sample of material from the surface of a near-Earth object, the Japanese Hayabusa spacecraft, which also carried a mini-lander named MINERVA, was originally designed as a technology demonstration mission. And is currently doing in this area and although the Japanese reconnaissance satellite and missile defense only.  These developments in Japan are pursuing the possibility of re-launching business. Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, National Space Development Agency of Japan, Wikipedia:Pages needing translation into English, Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo, "The YS-11 Project and Japan's Aerospace Potential", "The National Science Museum, February 7 "Ohsumi" 40th Anniversary Symposium", "Subcommittee No. Although this rocket failed shortly after launch integration, which will launch and many successful aircraft in 17 aircraft by September 18, 2010. After the agency unification, Japan started to develop more precise rockets in the 1970s. The new NAL was to be the center for research on space technology. Mouri Mamoru, in cooperation with NASA, was originally scheduled to be the first Japanese to go into space in 1990 but due to circumstances with the shuttle, Toyohiro Akiyama, a civilian, became the first Japanese national to go into space aboard the Soyuz TM-11. The seven-year stagnation of Japan's aerospace industry had seriously harmed Japanese technical abilities. February 3, was scheduled to be launched to put off a day fell from the launch pad for air conditioning duct fairing February 4, as the first complete domestic and liquid rocket became H-II rocket was launched in a rocket.. These rockets made use of United States's Delta rocket's licensed production and the U.S. component's knockdown production, so the vehicles themselves were of high quality. Therefore, the launch site was moved to Michikawa beach in Akita Prefecture. Engineering Test Satellite Tansei and many other scientific satellites were launched by these rockets. The Japanese space program has been developed for peaceful goals, completely separate from military technology. The N-I rocket used technology acquired from manufacturing technology and management techniques only, but by frequently keeping records, NASDA gradually acquired more technology and the rate of satellite production in Japan has increased since the Himawari 2. Get information on the Missions. May 09, 200313:29 JST (04:29 UTC), Launch Location: Uchinoura Space Center, Japan. , According to JAXA's long-term vision, aerospace technology is to be used for:. Japan was thus advanced the development of a rocket in 1990 and the USA trade policy, "Section 301" is applied, Japan international competitive bidding had to be practical for use in domestic satellites. , Japan did not develop the technology for manned space flight. Further aggravation was caused by the continued failure of the Lambda initiative, which lost four rockets in orbit.