研究期間：10108~10207;Because of the development in information, electronic and micro-electrical technology for the past a few decades, the sizes of electronic components reduced while the functions improve significantly. It also has impact on space science and technology. The large satellites in the past have been replaced by smaller ones with similar capabilities. In addition to the relative low cost of the commercial launch services, many small-satellite programs are proposed worldwide. Since the micro satellites have short research and development period and low cost, they can be used as good platform for technology experiments or payloads for special purposes. Although we now have several satellites in operation under NSPO, but because of the higher requirements, the participation from academies is very rare. However, starting from the relatively easier micro satellites for the development of science payloads can strongly support our space technology development. RISE-Sat (Rapid International Scientific Experiment Satellite) project is part of the micro satellite program supported by Japan Cabinet Office. The science payloads are acquired from international science cooperation. Therefore, Hokkaido University reaches National Central University for the cooperation of High Precision Telescope and Rear Multipath Beam Splitter Camera Unit, which will be the main payload on RISE-Sat. Since the main body of satellite and launching fee will be funded by Japan government, we can acquire observation time and data with the funding for the payload manufacture. Based on this High Precision Telescope, we can also take this rare opportunity to achieve our two goals. From hardware aspect, we can establish our capabilities in system design, development and testing for scientific payloads on micro satellites and build our engineering model for the telescope. From software aspect, acquire the experiences in the programming of control and data process software. And we may also have the possibilities to acquire the key technology of satellite main body.