Space Japan Review

Space Japan Review
No.95, Winter 2017


CoverPage
B-SAT's uplink earth stations for site diversity operation.
Courtesy of Broadcasting Satellite System Corporation (B-SAT), Tokyo, Japan
























Contents

Cover Page
B-SAT's uplink earth stations for site diversity operation.
Courtesy of Broadcasting Satellite System Corporation (B-SAT), Tokyo, Japan
(JPG:316kB)

Space Japan Milestone (in Japanese)
Next Broadcasting Satellite BSAT-4a
Broadcasting Satellite System Corporation (B-SAT)
(PDF: 293kB)

Space Japan Book Review (in English)
Andrew F. Krepinevich and Barry D. Watts: gThe Last Warrior Andrew Marshall and the Shaping of Modern American Defense Strategyh, Basic Books, 2015.
Takashi Iida, Editorial Advisor of Space Japan Review
This book describes how the United States developed the national defense strategy to survive under the Cold War and led to the end of the Cold War. The core idea and vision of its concept was brought by Net Assessment that was carried out by Andrew Marshall who was a researcher at RAND Corporation and was Director, Net Assessment Office, US Department of Defense. Military strategy written in this book provides a lot of useful information for the concerned people who are responsible for the actual security.
(PDF: 92kB)

Essay #4 (in Japanese)
"When we realize it, we work together closely with a devil"
Katsuya Nakayama, Professor Emeritus of Hiroshima Institute of Technology
(PDF: 301kB)

Space Japan Commentary (in Japanese)
"Development of Domestic Communication/Broadcasting Satellite Equipment 2-2"
Susumu Kitazume, Editorial Advisor of Space Japan Review
(PDF: 827kB)

Editorfs Notes




Editorial Board of Space Japan Review, AIAA JFSC:
Hiromitsu Wakana
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