Nozomi (のぞみ) was a planned and launched Mars-orbiting aeronomy probe. It
did not reach Mars orbit due to electrical failures. Operation was terminated on ...
Dec 9, 2003 ... Launched over five years ago in July 1998, engineers in charge of the 1,190-
pound Nozomi probe have lost hope for a successful orbital ...
Japan's interplanetary probe Nozomi arrives at Mars in 2004, in this artist's view.
The unsuccessful probe was Japan's fourth deep space mission.
Japanese “Hope” unsuccessful Japanese space probe that was designed to
measure ... Nozomi was launched on July 4, 1998, from Kagoshima Space
Efforts to put the Nozomi spacecraft into martian orbit have been abandoned. ...
detector, LF wave analyzer, electron temperature probe, and a UV scanner.
Using a seismometer, heat flow probe, and precision tracking it seeks to explore
... including two more Earth flybys, to return Nozomi to Mars for orbit insertion in ...
The orbit of the Nozomi spacecraft around Mars will be an elliptical one with
periapsis ... The low periapsis altitude is chosen to probe the ionosphere as low
The Nozomi orbiter is a 0.58 meter high, 1.6 meter square prism with .... The
Nozomi team was forced to steer a more indirect path, and the probe is now
Apr 6, 2015 ... The Akatsuki Venus probe was supposed to begin circling Earth's ... JAXA then
worked to get Nozomi into orbit around the Red Planet in ...
Jan 2, 2013 ... Japan's Nozomi Mars Probe. Credit: NASA. Japan launched the Nozomi
spacecraft, the nation's first planetary mission, on July 4, 1998.