The European Space Agency is ready to launch two completely different spacecraft to fly by Venus solely sooner or later aside.
The ESA-NASA Solar Orbiter is scheduled to take flight on Aug. 9 and move Venus inside 4,968 miles. The next day, Aug. 10, the ESA-JAXA BepiColombo will launch and make its move inside 342 miles.
The European Space Agency states the gravity help flybys will support the spacecraft in getting nearer to the solar and permitting for views of the solar’s poles, which act as hubs for its magnetic area.
Each spacecraft shall be outfitted with cameras for use for the mission.
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