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Epsilon Opening the Path to the Future

Epsilon-1, the first of a new series of Japanese domestic solid-fuel rockets, was successfully launched on September 14, 2013. Epsilon has a revolutionary new feature: artificial intelligence – it’s the world’s first rocket with an automatic and autonomous self-monitoring system. In this section, we review the launch of Epsilon-1 and also introduce new features being developed for Epsilon-2.

Epsilon-1: Just the Beginning Project Manager, Epsilon Launch Vehicle Yasuhiro Morita FULL STORY

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Epsilon Technology: A Link to the Future Associate Professor, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA Responsible for Propulsion Systems and System Integration, Epsilon Rocket Project Team Shinichiro Tokudome FULL STORY

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The Anytime, Anywhere Rocket Associate Senior Engineer (Automatic and Autonomous Checkout System), Epsilon Rocket Project Team Kenichi Hirose FULL STORY

Building a Versatile Rocket Engineer (Launcher), Epsilon Rocket Project Team Tetsuya Ono FULL STORY