Herschel (2038): Spent five years orbiting Uranus, scanning the planet and its five moonlets.
Herschel 2 (2049): Spent six years orbiting the planet, and sent a probe into its atmosphere.
Herschel 3 (2060): Was designed to land a lander on Miranda, but the rocket exploded shortly after launching from Luna.
Herschel 4 (2064): Functions for ten years in orbit of Uranus. Sends a lander to Miranda, which contains a sample return rocket. Sample is returned to Luna.
Herschel 5 (2084): Spends ten years in orbit around Uranus. Send a hot air balloon into the planet’s atmosphere, which function for several weeks.
Herschel 6 (2102): The last and largest mission. Three sample return missions; one for Uranus, one for its rings, and one for unusual formations found on Titania during the last mission. The orbiter remained in orbit for twenty years.