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The Solar Orbiter

Enduring molten heat and fierce radiation, the Solar Orbiter aims to show us the Sun as we’ve never seen it before.

The Sun has been subject to detailed scientific scrutiny for decades now. The many filtered images from both terrestrial and orbital telescopes aside, NASA launched the Helios spacecraft in the mid-Seventies to enter an elliptical orbit around the Sun, Helios 2 achieving a world speed record (relative to the Sun) at 252,792 kilometres per hour (149,967 miles per hour).

The Helios spacecraft ceased transmitting data in 1985, however, so the European Space Agency is developing its own solar-orbiting spacecraft,

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U.S.: NASA will study Jupiter and its moons

01.06.2004

01.06.2004

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The U.S. National Aerospace Agency bears ambitious plans to send to Jupiter unique device that should be to study the planet and its three satellites.

It is assumed that the launch of the ship called the Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter will take place in the next decade.

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Now you can see the moon, like a book

November 22, 2011 23:19

"Lunar Orbiter Rekonassans" was launched by the Americans to the Moon in June 2009.

NASA provided the most accurate map of our natural satellite. New topographic image of the moon provides data that lunar explorers were waiting with the era of "Appolonov." And just today she was able to finally appear. To make a new and yet very clear map of the lunar orbiter allowed "Lunar Orbiter Rekonassans» (Lunar Reconnaisance Orbiter), launched by the Americans to the Moon in June 2009. The spacecraft is equipped with six meters, including a wide-angle camera and a

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