The CV-22 Osprey carrying eight American personnel crashed last Wednesday off Yakushima island during a training mission.
Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported that rescuers found three people near the crash site, but their condition is unknown.
The court ruled unanimously that compulsory sterilization surgery for people who seek to legally change their gender is unconstitutional.
Japan's government has asked a court to remove the legal standing and tax breaks of the Unification Church, which was tied to the shocking assassination of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last year.
Scientists in Japan are leaders in the development of IVG, new technology that could make sperm and eggs from practically any cell in the body. The results could transform human reproduction.
The telescope will measure the speed and makeup of what lies between galaxies, information to help study how celestial objects were formed.
The water comes from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Although most scientists agree it does not pose an immediate environmental threat, some are worried about the long-term consequences.
Local fishermen and the government of neighboring China are among the critics of Japan's decision to release water from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida made the announcement after meeting with his cabinet. Water will be released through an underground tunnel beginning Thursday, weather conditions permitting, Kishida said.
For 80 years, presidents have brought foreign leaders to the rustic mountain retreat known as Camp David. President Biden worked to tap into that history for talks with Japan and South Korea.