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KUKAI is a pico-satellite developed by Kagawa University and was launched by the H-IIA rocket by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) on 23 January 2009. The primary objective of KUKAI is technical verification of a tethered space robot, which is a new type of space robot system proposed in previous work. KUKAI consists of mother and daughter satellites for tether deployment. This was the first time to launch mother-daughter satellite among pico-satellites less than 10kg in the world.doi:10.1299/jsdd.4.984 fatcat:vckxgnpu3rgq3gl7u4k74mkj2u