HTV-X1

Summary

HTV-X1
Mission typeISS resupply
OperatorJAXA
Spacecraft properties
SpacecraftHTV-X1
Spacecraft typeHTV-X
ManufacturerMHI
Berthing at ISS
HTV-X2 →
 

HTV-X1 is the first flight and the technical demonstration mission of HTV-X, an uncrewed expendable cargo spacecraft. As of February 2021, it is planned to be launched in JFY2022 to resupply International Space Station (ISS).[1]

Cargo

In addition to the primary mission to carry the resupply cargo to the ISS, HTV-X1 will carry following payloads:[1]

  • i-SEEP
  • Technology demonstration of lightweight expandable flat antenna
  • Mt.FUJI, a technology demonstration for satellite laser ranging
  • Microsatellites to be deployed from HTV-X1 after departure from ISS

References

  1. ^ a b 新型宇宙ステーション補給機(HTV‐X)の開発状況について (PDF) (in Japanese). Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science. 9 February 2021. Retrieved 4 March 2021.

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