Why so late?JAXA was formed on 1 October 2003...
Did you read the entire article regarding JAXA?Why so late?
Have you ever heard of the activity of Chinese or Indian aerospace organization? I mean, do you know much about the aerospace activities of other countries than US and Russia? You just know what you know. Incidentally, most Japanese people know the story of Hayabusa. You might hear it if you can understand Japanese language. In the first place, you can get so many information about the activity of Japanese aerospace organization just by googling it by yourself before asking in the forum like here.Also, why JAXA is so silent and infamous in compare with NASA and Russian aerospace organization?
No. They don't have any plan of manned space flight, either, except regarding ISS. There is a limit on the budget.Why the activity of JAXA is not including launching a Moon or Mars lander? I mean, the activities of the agency is restricted to sending researcher satellites to the nearby space?
What is the problem? Why Japan should encounters shortage of budget despite its high electronic technology (in fact, Japan was pioneer in electronic science).No. They don't have any plan of manned space flight, either, except regarding ISS. There is a limit on the budget.
Japan's current account in the last year: +21.9 trillion yenIs it because of a failure in the Japan foreign trade?
"Limit" is not the same as "shortage". It's the problem of priority. Japan chose it. Period.Why Japan should encounters shortage of budget
Despite the notable foreign trade of Japan that you mentioned, what the priorities are that swallow that great national income, and prevent Japanese aerospace scientists to develop their researches in the space and reach the level of activities of America and Russia?"Limit" is not the same as "shortage". It's the problem of priority. Japan chose it. Period.
Simply, that's totally wrong, and it's off-topic in the first place, as Majestic-san pointed out. You can check it by yourself quite easily. (I understand what you wrote above, but that's your preference, not mine.)I gave you a like because I like our friendship : Also, I excuse, if my questions seems a little unusual.
Basically, a notable part of every government's revenue is supplied from free foreign trade that is done by individual corporations and markets such as tax and countervailing duty, in addition to the direct governmental incomes.
Based on the high free trade revenues that you mentioned, so the government of Japan must have a great benefit from this source?
No, I don't question maliciously.The problem is: if we answer a question about Japan's space program, we don't expect to get manipulated into a debate about Japan's foreign policy. It doesn't feel friendly or joyful or pleasant. It feels like your question about the space program isn't asked in good faith. It feels as if you aren't really curious about Japan's space program. Rather, you want to make a point about Japan's foreign policy, or America's foreign policy, and you are using the space program as an excuse to do this. In this way, your question seems dishonest, and people are not inclined to answer you.
The truth is; Japan has a space program that much of the world would be envious of.
Any debate about Japan's economy or foreign policy might have a better reception if you started a separate thread specific to your observations about those things.