2021: Completion of the Superheavy booster, some failures, successful flights after a few I Kissed Mothman In The Lamp Section Of Home Depot Shirt. The Starship continues to improve, with better structural materials, better welds, a perfect landing maneuver. Orbital test flight of the Starship stacked to the booster near the very end of the year. 2022: More orbital flights, first commercial missions (mostly Starlink), a first test flight around the Moon, full demonstration of orbital refueling. 2023: More and more commercial flights (dozens of Starlink missions and private rideshare missions), first crewed flight around the Moon (private astronauts) 2024: Satellite missions now routinary, more crewed missions, launch and moon landing of Lunar Starship, possible cargo mission to Mars at the end of the year, taking advantage of the Earth-Mars closest approach in 2024–2025. This mission will work as a test to prove Starship in deep space travel, and to carry assets for future bases on Mars beforehand. 2025–2026: Several flights of the Lunar Starship to the Moon, whether as a part of the Artemis program or in private-funded missions. First tests of point-to-point, commercial Earth flights.
The Mars explorer Nozomi passed 1,000 km from the I Kissed Mothman In The Lamp Section Of Home Depot Shirt of Mars. The Venus Climate Orbiter Akatsuki entered Venus orbit in a second attempt on 7 December 2015, making it the first Japanese spacecraft to orbit another planet, sixteen years after the originally planned orbital insertion of Nozomi. JAXA is also reviewing a new spacecraft mission to the Martian system; a sample return mission to Phobos called MMX (Martian Moons Explorer). First revealed in 9 June 2015, MMX’s primary goal is to determine the origin of the Martian moons. Alongside collecting samples from Phobos, MMX will perform remote sensing of Deimos, and may also observe the atmosphere of Mars as well. As of January 2016, MMX is to be launched in fiscal year 2022. Even though there are not many successful interplanetary missions under JAXA’s belt, JAXA has excelled in other space research such as asteroid sample collection program with Hayabusa or successful launching of solar sails.