Isana Kashiwai is an editor, writer and programmer from Tokyo. Previously a science book editor in a publishing company for 15 years, he is currently working as an editor, writer and programmer at a web designing company. His interest and passion in web applications and astronomy led him to develop a myriad of web applications related to space exploration and astronomy and studying orbital mechanics and astronomical calculations through self learning. In 2008, he was invited to the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery at NASA. In 2011, his app called GoogleSatTrack was used during the last flight of the Space Shuttle Program. His apps have since been used at NASA, JAXA and ESA (DLR/CNES) to name a few.