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Aug. 10, 2021
Completion of the SCIP Instrument for SUNRISE-3
Apr. 1, 2021
Renewed a leaflet
Feb. 20, 2021
CLASP2 Team Receives NASA/MSFC Group Achievement Honor Award
Feb. 20, 2021
Sounding Rocket CLASP2 Elucidates Solar Magnetic Field up to the Base of the Corona

We are conducting basic experiments and developing new technologies to establish
a new solar-observing satellite to follow the HINODE (SOLAR-B).
The main scientific goals of the SOLAR-C project are to understand

These are required We are proposing a small satellite, Solar-C_EUVST, to do these things. We are also planning to launch
a medium-sized satellite in the 2030s or later, taking over the technology we have developed.

Next-generation Solar-observing Satellite
Solar-C_EUVST

Solar-C_EUVST will take spectrometric observations of the solar atmosphere from the chromosphere to the corona in extreme ultraviolet light. We aim at its launch in the mid-2020s.