In February 2008, ESA and NASA initiated joint studies of two alternatives for a highly capable scientific mission to the outer planets: one to the Jupiter system focused on the moons Europa and Ganymede and the other to the Saturn system focused on Titan. [...]
The agencies reached a joint decision on the destination for the first mission and announced this decision on February 18, 2009.They prioritized the targets with Jupiter-Europa-Ganymede to come first and Titan-Saturn to come next. NASA and ESA are now working together on the Europa Jupiter System Mission concept with a nominal 2020 launch date. NASA is continuing to develop the technologies for a Titan mission with Titan risk reduction and focused studies targeted at a later launch date.