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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #380 on: 01/18/2018 11:38 AM »
Japanese space launches on 2018
1 Jan. 17 21:06:11 UTC- Epsilon (3rd flight)- ASNARO-2
2.  Feb. 3 05:03:00 UTC -  TRICOM-1R "たすき"(Tasuki) (3U CubeSat)- SS-520-5 (SS-520-4 re-flight)
3.  Feb. 27 04:34:00 UTC - H-2A F38 - IGS Optical-6



April 5- (Ariane 5)- X-Band defense communication satellite-1(DSN-1)  “きらめき1号(Kirameki-1)” (Superbird-8)

Japan launch schedule


2018

June 11 04:00-06:00 UTC - H-2A F39- IGS Radar-6
Mid of September - 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 Q4- 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), ALEe and other 50kg small satellite x 1; OrigamiSat-1(3U) and other 2 CubeSats)
JFY2018  - ?-  Hyper spectral sensor mission (→JEM-EF payload)
?? - 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(End-of- Life Service by Astroscale)-d (ASTROSCALE)
?? - 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)
?? - H-2B (F9)(Last flight) - HTV9
?? -  TBD ALEe


2020
JFY 2020 - Epsilon - innovative technology demonstration satellite-2 "革新的衛星技術実証2号機"
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 +
JFY 2022 - H-3  - X-Band military telecommunications satellite-3


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) 
NET JFY2025 - H-3 (TBD) - solar power sail for Trojan asteroids  OKEANOS (Oversize Kite-craft for Exploration and AstroNautics in the Outer Solar system) (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:
TBD -H-2A piggyback(TBD) SERVIS-3
TBD - Epsilon?? - Vietnamese Earth Observation Satellite A (JV-LOTUSat-1)-
NET2022- Epsilon - Small-JASMINE (to SSO) (Mission Candidate)
2020-2025- H-2A or H-3 (dual Launch) - JASMINE (to L2)
?? - 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 January 18
Changes on January 19
Changes on February 3
Changes on February 4
Changes on February 24
Changes on February 27
Changes on April 8
Changes on April 15
« Last Edit: 04/14/2018 10:36 PM by Fuji »

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Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #381 on: 04/23/2018 03:25 PM »
Japanese space launches on 2018
1 Jan. 17 21:06:11 UTC- Epsilon (3rd flight)- ASNARO-2
2.  Feb. 3 05:03:00 UTC -  TRICOM-1R "たすき"(Tasuki) (3U CubeSat)- SS-520-5 (SS-520-4 re-flight)
3.  Feb. 27 04:34:00 UTC - H-2A F38 - IGS Optical-6
4.  June 12 04:20:00 UTC - H-2A F39- IGS Radar-6


April 5- (Ariane 5)- X-Band defense communication satellite-1(DSN-1)  “きらめき1号(Kirameki-1)” (Superbird-8)


Japan launch schedule

2018
September 10 22:32 UTC - H-2B (F7) - HTV7
Oct. 19 - (Ariane-5ECA) -  BepiColombo MMO (Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter) "みお(MIO)"
?? (2018 JFY)- H-2A F40 - GOSAT-2 "いぶき2号", (commercial piggyback) KhalifaSat (for UAE) +piggyback 50kg class satellite×3 (DIWATA-2B, PROITERES-2, ”てんこう(Tenkou)”), 1U CubeSats×2(Stars-AO,AUTcube2))
JFY2018 Q4- Epsilon (4th flight) - innovative technology demonstration satellite-1 "革新的衛星技術実証1号機" + piggyback small Satellites ( RISESAT(HODOYOSHI-2), ALE-1 and MicroDragon; CubeSats: OrigamiSat-1(3U) and Aoba VELOX-IV(2U), NEXUS(1U))
 http://www.kenkai.jaxa.jp/kakushin/kakushin01.html
?? - (TBD) -GRUS-1,2,3 (Axelspace Corp.)


2019
?? - H-2A - IGS Optical-7
Aug. - (TBD) - EarthCARE (ESA/JAXA Joint development)
?? - H-2B (F8) - HTV8
2019  TBD - ELSA(End-of- Life Service by Astroscale)-d (ASTROSCALE)
?? - 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)
JFY2019  - ?-  Hyper spectral sensor ”HISUIHISUI (Hyperspectral Imager Suite)” (→JEM-EF payload)
?? - H-2B (F9)(Last flight) - HTV9
?? -  TBD ALEe


2020
JFY 2020 - H-2A - ALOS-3 advanced optical earth observation satellite "先進光学衛星"
JFY 2020 - Epsilon - innovative technology demonstration satellite-2 "革新的衛星技術実証2号機"
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)
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
JFY 2021 - H-2A - XRISM(X-Ray Imaging and Spectroscopy Mission)(Formally known X-ray Astronomy Recovery Mission (XARM) or ASTRO-H2 (Hitomi-2)), SLIM  (Smart Lander for Investigating Moon)
?? - 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 +
JFY 2022 - H-3  - X-Band military telecommunications satellite-3


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)
NET JFY2025 - H-3 (TBD) - solar power sail for Trojan asteroids  OKEANOS (Oversize Kite-craft for Exploration and AstroNautics in the Outer Solar system) (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:
TBD -H-2A piggyback(TBD) SERVIS-3
TBD - Epsilon?? - Vietnamese Earth Observation Satellite A (JV-LOTUSat-1)
TBD  (VEGA: TBD) Nano-JASMINE (to SSO)
NET2022- Epsilon - Small-JASMINE (to SSO) (Mission Candidate)
2020-2025- H-2A or H-3 (dual Launch) - JASMINE (to L2)
?? - 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 April 24
Changes on June 10
Changes on June 12
Changes on July 17
Changes on Aug. 3
Changes on Aug. 9
« Last Edit: 08/08/2018 10:08 PM by Fuji »

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #382 on: 04/27/2018 06:28 PM »
What is the status/problem of SERVIS-3?

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #383 on: 06/05/2018 09:34 PM »
Cross-post:
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Rocket-

    H-IIA (202?)

Satellites-

    IBUKI-2 (GOSAT-2)
    KhalifaSat
    Diwata 2 (? Could also be named Diwata-2B)
    POITERES 2
    Tenkou (? Could be named 'Weather')
    Stars-AO (? Could be named AO-Stars)
    AUTcube 2
    ...(? unknown if there are other satellites)
   
   

Launch Date-

    NET October 2018 (As of 16/05/2018)

<snip>
Same launch "month" on https://spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/ .
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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #384 on: 06/10/2018 10:29 AM »
What is the status/problem of SERVIS-3?

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #385 on: 06/12/2018 02:59 PM »
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Satellites-

    Tenkou (? Could be named 'Weather')

    Stars-AO (? Could be named AO-Stars)
   


Japanese "Tenkou"  means Weather in English.

AO-Stars was change the name to Stars-AO.

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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #386 on: 06/30/2018 05:17 PM »
Cross-post:
Source: SFN Launch Schedule https://spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/ , June 29 update

Change/clarification of HTV-7 launch date to September 10.

EDIT 7/15
Launch time = September 10, 22:32 UTC:
http://global.jaxa.jp/press/2018/07/20180713_h2bf7.html

Launch Schedule of the H-II Transfer Vehicle KOUNOTORI7 aboard the H-IIB Vehicle No. 7
July 13, 2018 (JST)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
National Research and Development Agency
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) will launch the H-IIB Launch Vehicle No. 7(H-IIB F7) which carries aboard the H-II Transfer Vehicle "KOUNOTORI7" (HTV7), the cargo transporter to the International Space Station (ISS). Details are as follows:

Scheduled Date of Launch  : September 11, 2018
Scheduled Time of Launch  : 7:32 a.m. (Japan Standard Time, JST) *1
Reserved Launch Period     : September 12 through October 31, 2018 *2
Location                           : Yoshinobu Launch Complex at the JAXA Tanegashima Space Center

*1: The launch time is subject to change as the ISS orbit is updated.
*2: Launch time and date during this period are pending, determined by the ISS operations and other status.
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