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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #360 on: 03/15/2017 01:35 PM »
Performed Russian space launches on 2017

01- Jan. 14 23:33:00 UTC- SS-520-4 - TRICOM-1 (3U CubeSat) (Launch Failure)
02- Jan. 24 07:44:00 UTC - H-2A (F32) 204 (2nd Commercial Launch) - X-Band defense communication satellite-2 (DSN-2)  “きらめき2号(Kirameki-2)”
03- Mar.17 01:20:00 UTC - H-2A (F33)  202 - IGS Radar-5

Japan launch schedule


2017
Jun 1 00:20 UTC- H-2A (F34) 202- QZS-2 ”みちびき2号”
?? - H-2A 204 - QZS-3 (GSO)
?? - (PSLV) - CE-SAT-1
Fourth quarter - (Soyuz 2-1B) - WNISAT-1R
JFY2017 - Epsilon (3rd flight)- ASNARO-2
??  - H-2A - GCOM-C, (piggyback) SLATS(Supper Low Altitude Test Satellite)
?? - H-2A - IGS Optical-6
fall - H-2A  202- QZS-4
?? - (TBD) -GRUS-1,2,3 (Axelspace Corp.)
FY2017 -  TRICOM-1R (3U CubeSat)- SS-520-4 re-flight

2018
Jan. - (Soyuz ST) - EarthCARE (ESA/JAXA Joint development)
Feb.- H-2B (F7) - HTV7
Mar. - Sep. -(Ariane 5)- X-Band defense communication satellite-1(DSN-1)  “きらめき1号(Kirameki-1)” (Superbird-8)
Oct. - (Ariane-5ECA) -  BepiColombo MMO (Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter)
?? (2018 JFY)- H-2A - GOSAT-2 , (commercial piggyback) KhalifaSat (for UAE) +piggyback(50kg class satellite×3, 1U CubeSats×4)
November - (SLS) - EQUULEUS (Equilibrium Lunar-Earth point 6U Spacecraft) (6U Cubesat), OMOTENASHI (Outstanding Moon exploration Technologies demonstrated by Nano Semi-Hard Impactor) (6U Cubesat)
JFY2018 - Epsilon (4th flight) - innovative technology demonstration satellite-1 "革新的衛星技術実証1号機" + piggyback small Satellites (HODOYOSHI-2 (RISESAT); 50kg small satellite; 2U and 3U CubeSats)
JFY2018  - ?-  Hyper spectral sensor mission (→JEM-EF payload)
?? - H-2A - IGS Radar-6
?? - Epsilon  - Piggy back: MicroDragon (Vietnam satellite)


2019
Feb. - H-2B (F8) - HTV8
?? - H-2A - IGS Optical-7
?? - H-2B (F9)(Last flight) - HTV9
?? - Epsilon (5 th flight)  - SLIM (Smart Lander for Investigating Moon)
?? - Epsilon  - innovative technology demonstration satellite-2 "革新的衛星技術実証2号機"
?? - H-2A - Data relay satellite for IGS
?? -H-2A- JDRS-1(Japanese Data Relay Satellite-1) (Including Laser comm payload)


2020
2020 - H-2A  - X-Band military telecommunications satellite-3
JFY 2020 - H-2A - advanced optical earth observation satellite "先進光学衛星"(formerly known ALOS-3)
JFY 2020 - H-3 Test Flight#1 (to SSO) - ALOS-2 follow on (Advanced Radar Satellite)
?? - Epsilon?? - Vietnamese Earth Observation Satellite B (JV-LOTUSat-2)
?? - H-2A- QZS-1 Follow-on
?? - H-2A - Emirates Mars Mission (EMM) Hope (Commercial launch for UAE)
TBD - H-2A - ASTRO-H2 (Hitomi-2)
TBD - TBD - IGS Optical ORS type
TBD - TBD- X-Band defense communication satellite-3(DSN-3)  “きらめき3号(Kirameki-3)”

2021
JFY 2021 - H-3 Test Flight#2 (to GTO)- ETS (Engineering Test Satellite) -9
?? - H-3  (to LEO) - HTV-X1
?? - Epsilon  - innovative technology demonstration satellite-3 "革新的衛星技術実証3号機"


2022
JFY2022 - H-3 (or H-2A) - GOSAT-3
?? - H-2A - IGS Radar-7
?? - H-3 - HTV-X2  (Under Review)


2023
?? - H-2A - IGS Optical-8
?? - H-2A - IGS Radar-8
?? - H-3 - HTV-X3  (Under Review)
??- H-2A or H-3 - Next Himawari (Under Review)
?? -H-3 SOLAR-C (Mission candidate)
2023-2024- H-3 - QZS-5 (Under Review)
2023-2024- H-3 - QZS-6 (Under Review)
2023-2024- H-3 - QZS-7 (Under Review)
?? - Epsilon  - innovative technology demonstration satellite-4 "革新的衛星技術実証4号機"

H-2A rocket will be retired JFY2023.

2024
?? - H-3 - IGS Optical-"Tayouka"1
2024 - H-3 - Martian Moons eXploration (MMX) (Phobos sample return mission)

2025
JFY2025 - H-3 - IGS Optical-9
NET JFY2025 - H-3 - Lite Bird  (Sun-Earth L2) (Mission candidate)  or
NET JFY2025 - H-3 (TBD) - Solar power sail for Trojan asteroids (Mission candidate)

2026
?? - H-3 - advanced optical earth observation satellite-2 (Under Review)
JFY 2027 - H-3 - ALOS-3 follow on (Radar)

2027
JFY2027 - H-3 - IGS Optical-10

2027 or 2028
?? -  H-3  - SPICA

2028
JFY2028 - H-3 - IGS Radar-9
JFY2028 - H-3- IGS Radar-10

2031
JFY2031 - H-3 - IGS Optical-11
JFY2031 - H-3 - ETS-10

2033
JFY2033 - H-3 - IGS Optical-12


2034
JFY2034 - H-3- IGS Radar-11
JFY2034 - H-3- IGS Radar-12

Unclear:
2017 -H-2A piggyback(TBD) SERVIS-3
2017 ?? - Epsilon?? - Vietnamese Earth Observation Satellite A (JV-LOTUSat-1)-
2017 - Epsilon?? - solar power demonstration satellite
NET 2016 Epsilon or VEGA (TBD)  Nano-JASMINE (to SSO)
NET2022- Epsilon - Small-JASMINE (to SSO) (Mission Candidate) or
NET2022- Epsilon (TBD) - DESTINY + (Mission Candidate)
2020-2025- H-2A or H-3 (dual Launch) - JASMINE (to L2)
2020 GCOM-W3 (TBD)
2021 - H-2A - GCOM-W2 (TBD)
2021  - H-2A - GCOM-C2 (TBD)
?? - TBD - formally known SELENE-2 (Under review: collaboration with NASA'S RPM program)
2020-2024 - H-3 - MELOS (TBD)
??  - H-3 - Mars Aerocaptuer Demo (TBD)

Changes on Mar 15
Changes on Mar.17
Changes on April 11
Changes on April 19
« Last Edit: 04/19/2017 01:13 PM by Fuji »

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #361 on: 04/10/2017 05:30 PM »
Prime contractor of the ETS-9 selected Mitsubishi Electric.
All-electric propulsion will be introduced.
http://www.mitsubishielectric.co.jp/news/2017/0407-a.html
« Last Edit: 04/10/2017 05:36 PM by Fuji »