Any Cargo, Any Orbit. Easier Workflow, Affordable Price. We are exploring a vision for a family of next-generation launch vehicle after the H-IIA and H-IIB. A family of the launch vehicle will meet more diverse launch needs.
In addition to cargo transport missions such as the HTV missions to the space station, we are also considering deploying the Japanese launch vehicle for launching satellites dedicated to security, earth observation, and commercial communication applications, and for transporting large-size cargo to space facilities, probe vehicles bound for the moon and other planets, and manned carriers.
We are exploring a vision for a family of H3 launch vehicles after the H-IIA and H-IIB. A full-fledged family of launch vehicles could easily transport a full range of cargo payloads, from small to large, to meet diversified launch needs. This next-generation would promise launch services with lower prices and easier workflows for the delivery of any cargo into any orbit.