It’s Martin Werner Zander from the Smith’s School of English in Kotoen スミス英会話 甲東園 updating on two recent and very important achievements by JAXA, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, and NASA.
Prior to December 8, 2015, JAXA’s Venus Probe AKATSUKI had been in limbo for five years following a missed attempt at Venus Orbit Insertion in 2010. The mission was successful on the second orbit insertion attemp last December and Akatsuki is now settling into an orbit which will allow first-ever studies of Venus to take place over the next few years.
Following up the dozens of successful missions over the past 20 years including Dawn and New Horizons last year, NASA will have its JUNO mission enter Jupiter orbit this coming July. Juno will study Jupiter and its very interesting Gallilean satellites in great detail and may even set the stage for a lander on a future mission.
Well-educated English conversation students at the Smith’s School in Kotoen will be discussing this topic this week. On of the great things about operating a Smith’s Franchise in a well-established area like Kotoen is that its people have vast knowledge and experiences to share. The Coach will also learn!
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