THE NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL OF MONGOLIA
The National Security Council of Mongolia is a state consultative body that coordinates the development and implementation of a unified state policy to ensure national security and monitors the implementation of these regulations.
MONGOLIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
Mongolian Academy of Sciences will be a leading organization for socio-economic development based on science, technology and innovation, and an internationally renowned and competitive national central organization for science and technology.
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA
The National University of Mongolia (NUM) is a major Mongolian intellectual center with 6 schools, 2 local schools, 3 national institutes, and other research units, as well as undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students, faculty, and staff.
Axelspace create microsatellites and use them to solve problems from space. Since our establishment in 2008 we have developed five spacecraft, including the world’s first commercially-traded satellite. Through these projects our satellite technology, born in the labs of the University of Tokyo and the Tokyo Institute of Technology, has continuously improved in performance and reliability. We’ve developed and refined our craft from scratch, reaching a cost-performance advantage that fears no competitors on a global level.
JAPAN AEROSPACE EXPLORATION AGENCY
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) was born through the merger of three institutions, namely the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), the National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan (NAL) and the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA). It was designated as a core performance agency to support the Japanese government's overall aerospace development and utilization. JAXA, therefore, can conduct integrated operations from basic research and development, to utilization.
In 2013, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of its founding, JAXA created the corporate slogan, "Explore to Realize," which reflects its management philosophy of utilizing space and the sky to achieve a safe and affluent society.
JAPAN MANNED SPACE SYSTEMS CORPORATION
Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation take care of the training for crew staying in “Kibo”, ground-based operation and engineering support, total back-up for experiments aboard “Kibo”, and support for the operation of the “Kounotori” vehicle that ferries supplies to the International Space Station. We perform detailed evaluations of the safety, reliability, and maintainability of parts and equipments to be taken into space, and make recommendations as appropriate.
PS: “Kibo” means hope.