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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #360 on: 03/15/2017 01:35 PM »
Performed Japanese 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
04- Jun 1 00:17:46 UTC- H-2A (F34) 202- QZS-2 ”みちびき2号”

Japan launch schedule


2017
Jun 8-15 - (PSLV) - CE-SAT-1
?? - H-2A 204 - QZS-3 (GSO)
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 (DIWATA-2B, PROITERES-2, ”てんこう”), 1U CubeSats×2(AO-Stars,AUTcube2))
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 OrigamiSat-1(3U) CubeSats)
JFY2018  - ?-  Hyper spectral sensor mission (→JEM-EF payload)
?? - H-2A - IGS Radar-6
?? - Epsilon  - Piggy back: MicroDragon (MDG) (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 - ALOS-3advanced optical earth observation satellite "先進光学衛星"
JFY 2020 - H-3 Test Flight#1 (to SSO) - ALOS-4 (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)

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Changes on Mar.17
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Changes on April 19
Changes on April 27
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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
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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #362 on: 06/14/2017 02:12 AM »
Cross-posting from X-Ray Astronomy Recovery Mission (XARM) thread:

Some good news as this mission will replace the recently lost Hitomi.

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WASHINGTON — NASA and the Japanese space agency JAXA will start work this spring on an orbiting X-ray astronomy telescope to replace one lost shortly after launch last year.

In a presentation to the Committee on Astronomy and Astrophysics of the National Academies March 28, Paul Hertz, director of NASA’s astrophysics division, said a formal start of the project known as the X-Ray Astronomy Recovery Mission (XARM) will take place shortly after the start of the new Japanese fiscal year April 1.

“We are moving forward with the X-Ray Astronomy Recovery Mission,” Hertz said. The mission, he said, was included in the Japanese government’s budget for the new fiscal year, pending approval by the country’s parliament, the Diet.

- See more at: http://spacenews.com/nasa-and-jaxa-to-develop-replacement-x-ray-astronomy-telescope/#sthash.tVHs7M9C.dpuf
http://www.mbc.co.jp/news/mbc_news.php?ibocd=2017061400023452

H-IIA F35 with QZS-3 will launch on August 11

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #363 on: 06/16/2017 05:06 PM »
Performed Japanese 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
04- Jun 1 00:17:46 UTC- H-2A (F34) 202- QZS-2 ”みちびき2号”

Jun 23  (PSLV-C38) - CE-SAT-1
July 14 - (Soyuz 2-1A) - WNISAT-1R

Japan launch schedule


2017
Aug.1112 05:00-14:00 04:40 NET 17 UTC - H-2A (F35) 204 5S- QZS-3 ”みちびき3号” (GSO)
Oct.- H-2A (F36) 202- QZS-4  ”みちびき4号”
JFY2017 - Epsilon (3rd flight)- ASNARO-2
??  - H-2A - GCOM-C,”しきさい (SHIKISAI)”  (piggyback) SLATS(Supper Low Altitude Test Satellite) ,”つばめ (TSUBAME)”
?? - H-2A - IGS Optical-6
?? - (TBD) -GRUS-1,2,3 (Axelspace Corp.)
JFY2017 -  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 (DIWATA-2B, PROITERES-2, ”てんこう”), 1U CubeSats×2(AO-Stars,AUTcube2))
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 OrigamiSat-1(3U) CubeSats)
JFY2018  - ?-  Hyper spectral sensor mission (→JEM-EF payload)
?? - H-2A - IGS Radar-6
?? - Epsilon  - Piggy back: MicroDragon (MDG) (Vietnam satellite)
2018  (VEGA: TBD) Nano-JASMINE (to SSO)


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 - ALOS-3 advanced optical earth observation satellite "先進光学衛星"
JFY 2020 - H-3 Test Flight#1 (to SSO) - ALOS-4 (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
NET2022- Epsilon - Small-JASMINE (to SSO) (Mission Candidate) or
NET2022- Epsilon - 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 June 17
Changes on June 26
Changes on July 14
Changes on July 19
Changes on Aug. 5
Changes on Aug.9
Changes on Aug.11
Changes on Aug.15
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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #364 on: 06/17/2017 12:57 PM »
NET Jun 8-15- (PSLV) - CE-SAT-1

That is a secondary payload on the Cartosat-2E launch, currently scheduled for 23 June.

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #365 on: 07/11/2017 08:37 PM »
Will the Asnaro program end after Asnaro-2? Asnaro-1 is in Orbit since 2014. They will need building a successor soon. What is the status?

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #366 on: 07/11/2017 08:46 PM »
Will the Asnaro program end after Asnaro-2? Asnaro-1 is in Orbit since 2014. They will need building a successor soon. What is the status?
Follow on Programme is proposed but does not have a name yet.

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #367 on: 08/17/2017 01:15 PM »
Performed Japanese 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
04- Jun 1 00:17:46 UTC- H-2A (F34) 202- QZS-2 ”みちびき2号”
05- Aug.19 05:29:00 UTC - H-2A (F35) 204 5S- QZS-3 ”みちびき3号” (GSO)

Jun 23  (PSLV-C38) - CE-SAT-1
July 14 - (Soyuz 2-1A) - WNISAT-1R

Japan launch schedule


2017
October 9 22:00 UTC- H-2A (F36) 202- QZS-4 ”みちびき4号”
Nov.11  21:00-21:35 UTCTBD- Epsilon (3rd flight)- ASNARO-2
??  - H-2A (F37) - GCOM-C,”しきさい (SHIKISAI)” (piggyback) SLATS(Supper Low Altitude Test Satellite) ,”つばめ (TSUBAME)”
?? - H-2A - IGS Optical-6
?? - (TBD) -GRUS-1,2,3 (Axelspace Corp.)
JFY2017 -  TRICOM-1R (3U CubeSat)- SS-520-5 (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 (DIWATA-2B, PROITERES-2, ”てんこう”), 1U CubeSats×2(AO-Stars,AUTcube2))
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 OrigamiSat-1(3U) CubeSats)
JFY2018  - ?-  Hyper spectral sensor mission (→JEM-EF payload)
?? - H-2A - IGS Radar-6
?? - Epsilon  - Piggy back: MicroDragon (MDG) (Vietnam satellite)
2018  (VEGA: TBD) Nano-JASMINE (to SSO)
2018  (Soyuz) - Idea OSG-1(ASTROSCALE)


2019
Feb. - H-2B (F8) - HTV8
?? - H-2A - IGS Optical-7
2019  TBD - ELSA-d (ASTROSCALE)
?? - 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 - ALOS-3 advanced optical earth observation satellite "先進光学衛星"
JFY 2020 - H-3 Test Flight#1 (to SSO) - ALOS-4 (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)
JFY 2020 - H-2A - ASTRO-H2 (Hitomi-2), SLIM  (Smart Lander for Investigating Moon)
2020 - H-2A - Inmarsat-6 F1
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)
2022- Epsilon - DESTINY +


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
NET2022- Epsilon - Small-JASMINE (to SSO) (Mission Candidate) or
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 August 20
Changes on August 21
Changes on August 30
Changes on August 31
Changes on September 2
Changes on September 11
Changes on September 12
Changes on October 1
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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #368 on: 08/20/2017 10:12 AM »
http://www.asahi.com/ajw/articles/AJ201705190001.html
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GAMAGORI, Aichi Prefecture—A university team here plans to launch “an artificial star” into orbit that will transmit images of outer space to Earth and be visible to the naked eye.

The ultra-small satellite will be launched aboard an H-2A rocket of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) from the Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture in April next year at the earliest, the team at the Aichi University of Technology said at a news conference on April 28.

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #369 on: 08/30/2017 12:36 AM »
http://global.jaxa.jp/press/2017/08/20170829_h2af36.html
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Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. and JAXA announce the schedule of MICHIBIKI No. 4 launch, Quasi-Zenith Satellite System aboard H-IIA Launch Vehicle No. 36 as follows;

Launch Date:
    October 10, 2017
Launch Time:
    Approximately 7:00 a.m. (Japan Standard Time) *
Reserved Launch Period:
    October 11 through November 30, 2017
Location:
    Yoshinobu Launch Complex, JAXA's Tanegashima Space Center

So that would be 10pm on October 9 UTC?
« Last Edit: 08/30/2017 12:38 AM by gongora »

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #370 on: 08/30/2017 12:52 AM »
http://global.jaxa.jp/press/2017/08/20170829_h2af36.html
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Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. and JAXA announce the schedule of MICHIBIKI No. 4 launch, Quasi-Zenith Satellite System aboard H-IIA Launch Vehicle No. 36 as follows;

Launch Date:
    October 10, 2017
Launch Time:
    Approximately 7:00 a.m. (Japan Standard Time) *
Reserved Launch Period:
    October 11 through November 30, 2017
Location:
    Yoshinobu Launch Complex, JAXA's Tanegashima Space Center

So that would be 10pm on October 9 UTC?

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #371 on: 09/12/2017 07:19 AM »
https://www.inmarsat.com/press-release/mhi-selected-inmarsat-launch-first-inmarsat-6-satellite/

MHI selected by Inmarsat to launch its first Inmarsat-6 satellite

London/Tokyo: 12 September 2017 – Inmarsat (LON: ISAT), the world’s leading provider of global mobile satellite communication services, has today announced that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has been selected as the launch provider for the first satellite in the Inmarsat-6 fleet (Inmarsat-6 F1). The value of the contract has not been disclosed.  The satellite, which is under construction by Airbus Defence and Space, is scheduled for launch in 2020 using MHI’s H-IIA launch vehicle.

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #372 on: 09/23/2017 08:02 PM »
This is appropriate here.

NASA, JAXA Reaffirm Cooperation in Space Exploration
NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) will work together on three groundbreaking science missions to explore the moons of Mars, further study the atmosphere of the Sun, and research dark matter and the evolution of the universe.

In a Sept. 21 (ET) press conference at JAXA Headquarters, NASA reaffirmed that it will continue to strive for breakthrough science discoveries by cooperating with JAXA on Martian Moons Exploration (MMX), the Chromospheric Lyman-Alpha Spectro-Polarimeter experiment (CLASP-2), and the new X-ray Astronomy Recovery Mission (XARM).

“From its inception, NASA’s mission to unravel the secrets of the universe has included efforts to engage in international partnerships,” said Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington. “Today we reaffirm a cooperative endeavor that stretches back nearly six decades and spans across disciplines that include Earth science, human spaceflight, interplanetary probes and astronomy.”

At an earlier meeting at JAXA’s Institute for Space and Astronautical Sciences (ISAS) in Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Zurbuchen agreed to explore options for NASA’s contribution to the MMX mission, such as a neutron and gamma-ray spectrometer. Scheduled to launch in the early 2020s, this JAXA-led mission will orbit Mars and visit its moons Phobos and Deimos to take remote sensing and in-situ observations of both moons, returning a sample from Phobos. The goal of the mission is to reveal the origin of the Martian moons and to further understanding of solar system formation.

In the field of solar physics, both agencies plan to cooperate on a follow-on mission to the Chromospheric Lyman-Alpha Spectro-Polarimeter, or CLASP experiment, which obtained observations during its launch on a sounding rocket in 2015. CLASP-2, led by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, will build on the success of its predecessor and study the magnetic field in the chromosphere and transition region of the Sun's atmosphere. The experiment is planned to be an international effort, with contributions from the U.S., Japan, Spain and France. Japan plans to provide internal structure and optics for the instrument.

Both agencies also will work toward a new X-ray Astronomy Recovery Mission (XARM), with NASA’s Soft X-ray Spectroscopy onboard. This NASA-JAXA collaborative mission – with European Space Agency (ESA) participation – will investigate the structure and formation of the universe using high-resolution spectroscopy. XARM would replace the Hitomi X-ray spectrometry spacecraft, which launched in February of 2016 but malfunctioned weeks later. XARM is designed to provide breakthrough results in scientific areas as diverse as the large-scale structure of the Universe and its evolution, the behavior of matter in the gravitational strong field regime, the physical conditions in sites of cosmic-ray acceleration, and the distribution of dark matter in galaxy clusters.

NASA and JAXA will continue to cooperate on the Venus Climate Orbiter Akatsuki, as well as on the Hisaki (SPRINT-A) ultraviolet astronomy satellite, with plans to analyze the scientific data obtained. The agencies also reaffirmed their intent to exchange specimens from the OSIRIS-REx and Hayabusa 2 asteroid sample return missions, a plan codified in a NASA-JAXA Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2014. 

“Space exploration is a team sport and an opportunity to advance international cooperation to benefit all of humankind,” said Zurbuchen. “While these missions promise a strong platform for partnership in the next decade, we will continue to exchange information and explore opportunities further on the horizon to explore the solar system and beyond.”

https://www.nasa.gov/feature/nasa-jaxa-reaffirm-cooperation-in-space-exploration

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #373 on: 09/27/2017 12:07 PM »
Performed Russian Japanese space launches on 2017

Please Fuji change the title.

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #374 on: 10/07/2017 08:36 PM »

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #375 on: 10/10/2017 02:09 PM »
Performed Japanese 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
04- Jun 1 00:17:46 UTC- H-2A (F34) 202- QZS-2 ”みちびき2号”
05- Aug.19 05:29:00 UTC - H-2A (F35) 204 5S- QZS-3 ”みちびき3号” (GSO)
06- Oct. 9 22:01:37 UTC- H-2A (F36) 202- QZS-4 ”みちびき4号”

Jun 23  (PSLV-C38) - CE-SAT-1
July 14 - (Soyuz 2-1A) - WNISAT-1R


Japan launch schedule

2017
Nov.28 05:41 UTC (Soyuz 2-1B) - Idea OSG-1 (ASTROSCALE)
Dec. 23  01:26:22 - 01:48:22 UTC - H-2A (F37) - GCOM-C,”しきさい (SHIKISAI)” (piggyback) SLATS(Supper Low Altitude Test Satellite) ,”つばめ (TSUBAME)”
Dec. 25  01:00 - 05:15 UTC-  TRICOM-1R (3U CubeSat)- SS-520-5 (SS-520-4 re-flight)

2018
TBD- Epsilon (3rd flight)- ASNARO-2
?? - H-2A - IGS Optical-6
Mar. - (Ariane 5)- X-Band defense communication satellite-1(DSN-1)  “きらめき1号(Kirameki-1)” (Superbird-8)
late 2018- H-2B (F7) - HTV7
Oct. - (Ariane-5ECA) -  BepiColombo MMO (Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter)
?? (2018 JFY)- H-2A - GOSAT-2 , (commercial piggyback) KhalifaSat (for UAE) +piggyback 50kg class satellite×3 (DIWATA-2B, PROITERES-2, ”てんこう”), 1U CubeSats×2(AO-Stars,AUTcube2))
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 OrigamiSat-1(3U) CubeSats)
JFY2018  - ?-  Hyper spectral sensor mission (→JEM-EF payload)
?? - H-2A - IGS Radar-6
?? - Epsilon  - Piggy back: MicroDragon (MDG) (Vietnam satellite)
2018  (VEGA: TBD) Nano-JASMINE (to SSO)
?? - (TBD) -GRUS-1,2,3 (Axelspace Corp.)



2019
Feb. - H-2B (F8) - HTV8
?? - H-2A - IGS Optical-7
Aug. - (TBD) - EarthCARE (ESA/JAXA Joint development)
2019  TBD - ELSA-d (ASTROSCALE)
?? - H-2B (F9)(Last flight) - HTV9
?? - 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)
NET December 15 - (SLS) - EQUULEUS (Equilibrium Lunar-Earth point 6U Spacecraft) (6U Cubesat), OMOTENASHI (Outstanding Moon exploration Technologies demonstrated by Nano Semi-Hard Impactor) (6U Cubesat)


2020
2020 - H-2A  - X-Band military telecommunications satellite-3
JFY 2020 - H-2A - ALOS-3 advanced optical earth observation satellite "先進光学衛星"
JFY 2020 - H-3 Test Flight#1 (to SSO) - ALOS-4 (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)
JFY 2020 - H-2A - ASTRO-H2 (Hitomi-2), SLIM  (Smart Lander for Investigating Moon)
2020 - H-2A - Inmarsat-6 F1
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)
2022- Epsilon - DESTINY +


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
NET2022- Epsilon - Small-JASMINE (to SSO) (Mission Candidate) or
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 October 10
Changes on October 19
Changes on October 20
Changes on  October 27
Changes on  November 9
Changes on  November 13
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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #376 on: 10/18/2017 05:55 PM »

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #377 on: 10/20/2017 09:27 AM »
SLS sheduled NET December 15, 2019.

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #378 on: 11/16/2017 05:22 AM »
https://spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/
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