JAXA's "Materials Database System" is a system designed to ensure quick and efficient collection, storage and search of various test data on materials for space application collected by JAXA. The data is intended for dissemination widely to space project personnel in and outside of JAXA to provide useful data for spacecraft design, material selection and other purposes.

MPAC&SEED Experiment,
at the International Space Station

”This system will be closed for maintenance between 17:00, 5th March , 2018 and 10:00, 7th March, 2018(JST).
”Data access to outgas data was recovered!
  Other functions except for outgas data are not still available.
  If you need the other test data, please mail to the following address.

  Please write [Data request] in the subject of the mail.
  We apologize for any inconvenience. (14th. Feb., 2018)
”New data was added to "Outgassing", "Safety Verification Test" and "Space Experiment".(Mar. 31,2015)
”The reference result pages of Outgas and Material Evaluation were modified. (Oct 23,2014)
”New data was added to "Upward Flame Propagation Test" "Electric Wire Insulating Material Combustion Test" "Off Gas Test(Materials)" "Arc Tracking Test". (Mar 31, 2014)
”Some of the data was deleted from the table of Outgassing Rate Measurement Test Results. (Dec 25, 2013)
”The search service of Off Gas Test for articles is under suspension. (Jun 3, 2013)
”New data was added to "Materials Evaluation". (Mar 23, 2010)
”New data was added to "Odor Test". (May 25, 2007)
”New data was added to "Outgas"(SpectralCharacteristics). (Oct 27, 2008)
”New data was added to "Outgassing Rate". (Jan 12, 2007)
”"Micrometeoroid & Space Debris Impact Database" was opened to the public domain. (Mar 27, 2006)

Because of the computer maintenance, the service may stop during.
The time and date of the computer maintenance is announced on "Information".

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency was born on October 1, 2003,merging the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS),the National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan (NAL), and the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA).