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  1. Satoshi Furukawa (jap. 古川 聡, Furukawa Satoshi; * 4. April 1964 in Yokohama, Präfektur Kanagawa, Japan) ist ein japanischer Astronaut

  2. Satoshi Furukawa (古川 聡, Furukawa Satoshi, born April 4, 1964) is a Japanese surgeon and JAXA astronaut. Furukawa was assigned to the International Space Station as a flight engineer on long-duration missions Expedition 28/29 (2011) and Expedition 69/70 (2023-2024).

  3. 28. Aug. 2023 · JAXA announced that FURUKAWA Satoshi arrived at the ISS by the Crew Dragon Spacecraft (Crew-7) on August 27, 2023 and began his long-duration stay as the 69 th and 70 th expedition crew member. He will conduct various experiments and collaborations in space science, technology and education.

  4. Learn about FURUKAWA Satoshi, a Japanese astronaut who spent 165 days in space in 2011 and 2023-2024. See his background, achievements, experiments, and social media on the JAXA website.

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  5. 14. Aug. 2023 · Satoshi Furukawa, Crew-7 mission specialist, is a 59-year-old medical doctor and astronaut with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). He previously flew to the ISS for 165 days in 2011...

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  6. 26. Aug. 2023 · A team of four astronauts from Japan, Denmark, Russia and the United States lifted off early Saturday aboard a SpaceX craft bound for the International Space Station and successfully entered orbit. The Crew-7 mission comprises NASA's Jasmin Moghbeli, Satoshi Furukawa of Japan, Andreas Mogensen of Denmark and Konstantin Borisov of Russia.

  7. 6. Okt. 2023 · iss070e002150 (Oct. 5, 2023) — JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) astronaut and Expedition 70 Flight Engineer Satoshi Furukawa loads camera and light hardware into the Kibo laboratory module’s airlock that will be installed outside the International Space Station.