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Interplanetary Mission of Russia and the USA May be Launched in 2026
15.10.2016 20:32
Interplanetary Mission of Russia and the USA May be Launched in 2026

The Russian-American interplanetary station Venus D will probably be launched in 2026.

      It was reported by Lyudmila Zasova, a representative of the Space Exploration Institute.

      Special rockets Angara A5 and accelerating sets KVTK will be used in the mission. The head of the Space Exploration Institute, Lev Zelyony hopes that he Russian-American space flight of Venus D will take place in 2025. This mission was included into the Federal Space Program till 2015, however it was later postponed.

      The Venus D mission targets exploring the surface, atmosphere and plasma environment of the Venus in order to fathom the generation and evolution of the planet. The dynamics and nature of superrotation, radiation balance, and the nature of enormous greenhouse effect on the planet will also be studied in the framework of this mission.



Author: Vera Ivanova

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