[ Today's Earth Research and Development Group received The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan in 2021 ] May 12, 2021
Prof. Kei Yoshimura(JAXA/UT), Mr. Kosuke Yamamoto, Ms. Misako Kachi, Dr. Riko Oki(JAXA), and Assoc. prof. Dai Yamazaki(UT), who were involved in the development of "Today's Earth," a global terrestrial hydrological simulation system that makes effective use of satellite data including GSMaP, received The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan in 2021.
[ GSMaP receives "Dr. Roman L. Kintanar Award 2020" for significant contribution to Typhoon Committee's regional flood forecasting ] March 1, 2021
The joint team of the International Centre for Water Hazard and Risk Management (ICHARM), the Infrastructure Development Institute (IDI) and JAXA was given the "Dr. Roman L. Kintanar Award for Typhoon-Related Disaster Mitigation - 2020".
[ "JAXA Climate Rainfall Watch" website, 3-days product is now available! ] March 1, 2021
"JAXA Climate Rainfall Watch" website is a website for the statistical variables such as climatology and extreme/drought indices in some time scales of daily to monthly based on GSMaP Gauge-calibrated Near-real-time product.
This time, 3-days product is now available.
[ Seven years have passed since the GPM Core Observatory was launched! ] February 28, 2021
Seven years have passed since the GPM Core Observatory was launched from the JAXA Tanegashima Space Center on February 28, 2014!
The GPM Core Observatory continues to observe the global precipitation till now. Taking over the will of TRMM, we hope that the GPM Core Observatory will live longer.