Future Space-missions in considering:
BREAKING ICE FOR LIFE?:
NASA has started to consider of a spacecraft that will include a lander to dig the ice of Jupiter's 4th largest moon Europa out and find whether there is any ocean underneath the surface that could harbor life.
RETURN OF A FOGGY MOON:
Though ESA's Huygens probe successfully landed on Saturn's largest moon Titan,NASA still considers of returning back there but this time with a rover(like on Mars)that could explore Titan a bit more.
ONCE IS NEVER ENOUGH:
NASA held a meeting and almost all of the communties suggest that after the successful missions Galileo to Jupiter,Cassini to Saturn,it was time for the icy giants Uranus and Neptune to be revisited once more.However Neptune seems like an more interesting target as its weather is not as boring as Uranus(the planet which rarely have storms and they are less active than Earth),and furthermore Neptune also uses its largest moon Triton as an attractive advertiser as Triton has 4 interesting features,which that it has an atmosphere 2nd most thickest compared to Titan(but not the planets!),is like Io(Jupiter's 3rd largest moon),but instead shoots out nitrogen ice!It is very similar to Pluto in element compositions,and has a retrogade orbit(An orbit the opposite of the direction the main planet rotates)for a large moon(only some small moons of the planets rotate that way).
DONT WORRY,PLANET EARTH WILL VISIT YOU!:
Though NASA's New Horizons(Pluto-bound spacecraft)may investigate the Kuiper Belt after investingating Pluto,it will only cover a small portion of it.NASA's considers to send another spacecraft to investigate the Kuiper Belt,it will focus to go near some of the bigger ones like Eris(The largest object found in the Kuiper Belt so far,bigger than Pluto),and Quaoar(The KBO suspected to have geological activity).