SCHEDULE

Our upcoming schedule and past achievements

LAUNCH SCHEDULE

  • DATE
    SITE
    MISSION
    CUSTOMER
    LAUNCH TYPE
  • 31 July 2021
    Launch Complex-0
    MOMO F6
    INTERSTELLAR TECHNOLOGIES
    Suborbital
  • 3 July 2021
    Launch Complex-0
    MOMO F7
    INTERSTELLAR TECHNOLOGIES
    Suborbital
  • 14 June 2020
    Launch Complex-0
    MOMO F5
    INTERSTELLAR TECHNOLOGIES
    Suborbital
  • 27 July 2019
    Launch Complex-0
    MOMO F4
    INTERSTELLAR TECHNOLOGIES
    Suborbital
  • 4 May 2019
    Launch Complex-0
    MOMO F3
    INTERSTELLAR TECHNOLOGIES
    Suborbital
  • 30 July 2018
    Launch Complex-0
    MOMO F2
    INTERSTELLAR TECHNOLOGIES
    Suborbital
  • 30 July 2017
    Launch Complex-0
    MOMO
    INTERSTELLAR TECHNOLOGIES
    Suborbital

EXPERIMENT SCHEDULE

  • DATE
    SITE
    MISSION
    CUSTOMER
    REMARKS
  • 26 October to 8 November, 2020
    RUNWAY
    Research on automatic flight and mission performance improvement technology for small unmanned aerial vehicles
    JAXA
    Aerial vehicles
  • 13 October to 5 November, 2020
    RUNWAY
    Flight experiment of the Situational Awareness and Visual Enhancer for Rescue Helicopter (SAVERH)
    JAXA
    Helicopter
  • 25 October to 31 October, 2020
    RUNWAY
    Improved safety and convenience of helicopters
    JAXA
    Helicopter
  • 22 June to 11 September, 2020
    JAXA TAIKI PROVIDING GROUND of AEROSPACE
    Balloon experiment
    JAXA
    Balloon
  • 6 July to 17 July, 2020
    RUNWAY
    Flight test of unmanned compound helicopter "K-RACER"
    Kawasaki Heavy Indutries
    Helicopter

RUNWAY

The total length is 1000m and the width is 30m. It is used for experiments such as aircraft, drones, communications, and various events.

Launch Complex-0

It is used for the launch of the sub-orbital rocket "MOMO" of Interstellar Technologies and for engine firing tests.

JAXA TAIKI PROVIDING GROUND of AEROSPACE

It is used for JAXA balloon experiments.

SPACE INTERMINGLING CENTER SORA

There is an exhibition space about rockets and the history of space development.

HOSPO stands for “Hokkaido Spaceport”.
HOSPO is built by local government, Taiki-town.
HOSPO is the first public spaceport in Asian region.
Hokkaido Spaceport's sales and PR is subcontracted to the SPACE COTAN Co., Ltd.

Yoshinori Odagiri

CEO

Daisuke Ode

COO

Yasuyuki Hoshiba

CTO

Mika Nakagami

CMO

Name SPACE COTAN Co., Ltd.
Head Office Address Memu183,Taiki-town,Hiroo-gun,Hokkaido,089-2113,Japan
CEO Yoshinori Odagiri
Founded Apr. 2021
Capital 76 million JPY
Main Business ・Design, construction, management, and operation of spaceports such as rocket launch sites and test sites
・Launch support for suborbital rockets, orbital rockets and spaceplanes
・Research, consulting , marketing and PR services related to the aerospace business
※Partial description
Website https://hokkaidospaceport.com