Advanced Telescope for High Energy Astrophysics (ATHENA) is a European Space Agency mission selected in 2014 for 2nd Large mission opportunity, satisfying the Cosmic Vision theme the "Hot and Energetic Universe" with preliminary launch in early 30-ties to L2 (Lagrange 2) Sun-Earth point.
ESA (European Space Agency) develops a concept study for a solar weather mission. Monitoring space weather includes events such as solar flares, coronal mass ejections, geomagnetic storms, solar proton events. The mission is planned to be launched in 2020s to Langrangian Point 5.
NGRM, is the successor of the ESA Standard Radiation Environment Monitor (SREM) that is still measuring near-Earth and interplanetary space radiation environment onboard 6 different spacecrafts. NGRM will measure protons from 2 MeV up to 200 MeV, electrons from 100keV up to 7MeV, as well as LET spectrum of ions. Compared to SREM, NGRM will provide a much better energy resolution, will be smaller (<1L), lighter (<1kg) and consume less energy (<1W).
POLAR is a space-borne Hard-X ray polarimeter built by a collaboration of institutes from Switzerland (Paul Scherrer Institut- Villigen, University of Geneva, Integral Science Data Centre - Versoix) , China (Institute for High Energy Physics IHEP - Beijing) and Poland (National Centre for Nuclear Research NCBJ – Warsaw, Swierk, Lodz) .