UPDATE - 2015-11-06: JAXA has advised of a temporary delay in this program. Please email us if you want to be informed of when the submission date is finalised, or have any other questions.


Try Zero G is a program run by the Japanese Space Agency (JAXA), which encourages young people to consider the impact gravity has on objects - and how experiments may differ when performed under microgravity conditions.


Broad goals:


If your experiment is selected, it will be performed by Japanese astronaut Takuya Onishi, and high-definition video of the experiment made available.


See the following video for an example of what you could suggest:

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We're still awaiting final details, and will publish these as soon as we have them - but for information on past challenges, see the following links: