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UNIVERSE in Science Museum, Tokyo (JSF)

Science Live Show "UNIVERSE" is held at Science Museum, Tokyo (Chiyoda City, Tokyo, Japan), on every Saturday afternoon since April 1996.

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Schedule

This schedule is subject to change.

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Date Host(ess) Guest, Title Obs.
Memo
Below : Year of 2012
1/7 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
Professor "Kuro-love"
(Yoshimoto Create Agency)
"Comedy science live show"
no
1/14 Kentaro Yaji
(Rikkyo University)
Naoto Nishizuka (JAXA / ISAS)
"Sun watched from space~observation of solar activities by solar observation satellite 'Hinode'~"
planned
1/21 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
TBD
no
1/28 Yumiko Oasa
(Saitama University)
Ryo Iizuka
Tyuo University Department of physics
"Universe obsereved by X-ray astronomy satellite is Tumultuous world !"
planned
2/4 Tetsuya Ito
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Hiroko Miyahara
"Tokyo University Institute Cosmic Ray Research"
"solar activity and weather"
no
2/11 Ryuho Kataoka
(Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Masaki Morosawa
"JCU"
"The construction jobs for our daily lives"
planned
2/18 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
no
no
2/25 Kentaro Yaji
(Rikkyo University)
no
planned
3/3 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
no
no
3/10 Tetsuya Ito
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Toshihiro Handa
(Kagoshima University)
"How to illustrate the Milky Way Galaxy"
planned
3/17 Kazuhisa Kamegai
(Tokyo University of Science)
Yosuke Utsumi
(The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)
"Universe observed by confirmation of the existence of gravitational lenses"
no
3/24 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
Yoshitsugu Sone
(ISAS/JAXA "another post JSPEC/JAXA")
"Field of operasion 'HAYABUSA'"
planned
3/31 Yumiko Oasa
(Saitama University)
Masaaki Hiramatsu
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
"New images of universe observated by ALMA telescope"
no
4/7 Kentaro Yaji
(Rikkyo University)
Takeshi Imamura
(JAXA)
"New charange of Venus Climate Orbiter Akatsuki / PLANET-C"
no
4/14 Tetsuya Ito
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Satoshi Nozawa
(The College of Science at Ibaraki University)
"Late solar activity"
planned
4/21 Kazuhisa Kamegai
(Tokyo University of Science)
Shinya Kouketsu
(Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)
"Reserching the change of deep sea"
no
4/28 Ryuho Kataoka
(Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Takeshi Murata
(National Institute of Information and Communications Technology)
"Watching Space-Weather-Simulation by 3DCG"
planned
5/5 Tetsuya Ito
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Koji Onishi
(Nagano College of Technology / 2012 Annular solar eclipse Japan Commission)
"Annular solar eclipse, transit of Venus over the sun and extrasolar planets"
no
5/12 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
Osamu Ogoe
(2012 Annular solar eclipse Japan Commission / Annular solar eclipse Information Center)
"Sun changing into Ring -enjoy watching annular solar eclipse-"
planned
5/19 Yumiko Oasa
(Saitama University)
Kentaro Yaji (Rikkyo University)
"Annular solar eclipse is going to break up on 5/22-Where and How will you watch it?-"
no
5/26 Kazuhisa Kamegai
(Tokyo University of Science)
Satoshi Hosoda
(JAXA)
"Over the stars ~Producing spacecraft~"
planned
6/2 Kentaro Yaji
(Rikkyo University)
Masao Nakagiri
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
"Archives of NAOJ"
no
6/9 Tetsuya Ito
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Shingo Kameda
(Rikkyo University)
"Mercury is mysterious! -Mercury Exploration Mission 'BepiColombo'-"
planned
6/16 Yumiko Oasa
(Saitama University)
Makoto Yoshikawa
(JAXA)
"The second year of anniversary of Hayabusa'return
& about Hayabusa2"
no
6/23 Kazuhisa Kamegai
(Tokyo University of Science)
Shingo Kameda
(Rikkyo University)
"From field of Murcury observation"
planned
6/30 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
Daiko Shiota
(RIKEN)
"Solar magnetic field reversal observed by 'Hinode' satellite"
no
7/7 Kazuhisa Kamegai
(Tokyo University of Science)
Takaaki Takeda
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan Center for Computational Astrophysics)
"Universe in a display"
no
7/14 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
Ruka Misawa
(Center national de la recherche scientifique/Unversite Paul Sabatier)
"Let's fly a balloon, and look at the space!"
planned
7/21 Kentaro Yaji
(Rikkyo University)
Toshiro Saruwatari
(The University of Tokyo Atmosphere and Ocean Reserch Institute)
"About delicious coarse fish 'Chlorophthalmidae'"
no
7/28 Yumiko Oasa
(Saitama University)
Professor "Kuro-love"
(Yoshimoto Create Agency)
"The live performance at Japan Science Foundation by KuroloveKyouzyu!"
planned
8/4 Yumiko Oasa
(Saitama University)
Yasuhito Sekine
(The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Frontier Sciences)
"Searching for living matter in ice-astral body"
no
8/11 Kazuhisa Kamegai
(Tokyo University of Science)
Norio Kaifu
(Professor emeritus at National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
"Enjoying the Star Festival of ancient times"
planned
8/18 Tetsuya Ito
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Jouten Okamoto
(ISAS/JAXA)
"The sun observed by the solar satellite HINODE whose eyesight is 300."
no
8/25 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
Makoto Nagai
(Tsukuba University)
"The astronomy in the South Pole. "
planned
9/1 Tetsuya Ito
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Jun Aoyama
(The University of Tokyo Atmosphere and Ocean Reserch Institute)
"The story at new moon night -spawning ecology of river eel-"
no
9/8 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
Michiyo Moyoyama
(The National Agriculture and Food Research Organization)
"Crystal of adipose"
planned
9/15 Kentaro Yaji
(Rikkyo University)
Wataru Yanase
(The University of Tokyo Atmosphere and Ocean Reserch Institute)
"Where does the typhoon come from?"
no
9/22 Kazuhisa Kamegai
(Tokyo University of Science)
no

planned
9/29 Yumiko Oasa
(Saitama University)
Aya Higuchi
(NAOJ)
*The live network report at ALMA
observatory by Aya Higuchi
no
10/6 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
TBD

no
10/13 Yumiko Oasa
(Saitama University)
Masaaki Hiramatsu
(NAOJ)
"The origin of planets and lives studied by ALMA"
planned
10/20 Tetsuya Ito
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
TBD

no
10/27
14:00`15:00E
15:30`16:30
Kazuhisa Kamegai
(Tokyo University of Science)
Tsai Jaw-Shen
(Riken / NEC)
Lecture meeting of Nobel Prize in Physics "Controlling Quantum world which is mysterious"

Masashi Miyano
(Aoyama Gakuin University / Riken)
Lecture meeting of Nobel Prize in Chemistry"What is GPCR? Why did Robert J. Lefkowitz, Brian K. Kobilka be awarded the prize?v
no
Special time frame and take place asSpecial program
"Nobel Prize special lecture meeting in Physics and Chemistry"
(necessity of reservation)
11/3 Yumiko Oasa
(Saitama University)
no

no
11/10 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
Shingo Kameda
(Rikkyo University)
"From the spot of the Mercury observation"
planned
11/17 Kentaro Yaji
(Rikkyo University)
Saeko Hayashi
(National astronomical Observatory of japan)
"Subaru Telescope Seasonal subject"
no
11/24 Kazuhisa Kamegai
(Tokyo University of Science)
no

no
12/1 Tetsuya Ito
(NAOJ)
Jun Hashimoto
(NAOJ ESP Project Office)
"Huge gap that was found at the scene of the birth of planets around the sun young -The Site of multiple planets are born-"
no
12/8 Yumiko Oasa
(Saitama University)
Masaaki Hiramatsu
(NAOJ)
"The starry sky of ALMA telescope watched from 5000 meters above sea level"
planned
12/15 Kazuhisa Kamegai
(Tokyo University of Science)
Ryuho Kataoka
(Tokyo Institute of Technology)
"The condition of universe by studying the aurora"
no
12/22 Tomonori Nomoto
(Chiba University)
Naoteru Goda
(NAOJ JASMINE Project office)
"Reserch the distribution and motion of stars by JASMINE Project"
no
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Abbreviations:

  • "Solar:": Solar System Simulation
  • "Live": Live Astronomical Observation
  • "Galaxy": Galaxy Collision Simulation
  • "Gravitational": Gravitational Lens Effect Simulation
  • "Guest": Guest Corner
  • "ISS": International Space Station
  • "Molecular": Molecular Dynamics Simulation
  • "Radio": Radio Astoronomy
  • "Interstellar": Interstellar Cruising
  • "TBD.": yet to be determined

Information

Location Science Museum, Tokyo, 4th Floor, the hall Synra dome
2-1, Kitanomaru-koen, Chiyoda City, Tokyo, JAPAN 102-0091
Access 10 minutes walk from "Kudanshita Station" of Tokyo Metro Tozai Line (T-07), Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line (Z-06), Toei Subway Shinjuku Line (S-05)
10 minutes walk from "Takebashi Station" of Tokyo Metro Tozai Line (T-08)

Maps are available.
Time Every Saturday
1st: begins on 14:00
2nd: begins on 15:30
each for 40 minutes

You can enter 10 minutes before each show.
No admittance during the show.
Charge No charge besides the entrance fee of Science Museum is required.
Detail Please refer to Science Museum's guidance about Charge for detail.

This page is made by volunteer group "Team Chimons".
Please ask directly the Science Museum for the museum itself and its other exhibitions (except Science Live Show "UNIVERSE").

Contents

In each show, we offer two to four corners in Contents. Some corners are subject to be canceled because of the computer and network failures or weather and other unexpected conditions without prior notifications.
"Live Astronomical Observation" will be done twice a month, by favor of Yerkes Observatory, the United States.

Planned contents above are subject to change.


Past

Please refer to followings as the list of past achievements.


Contact address: info@chimons.org
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