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Maxime Duprez Oct 18
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Tyler Gray Oct 15
Venus flyby: a GIF. Check out all of these awesome new photos from ’s Venusian gravity assist last night! 👇
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BepiColombo Oct 20
two years ago, launched into space! Two flybys done, seven to go, until we arrive at Mercury orbit in 2025!
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PlanMap Oct 20
2 years in the space !!!! 🚀🛰🎂🎂🛰🚀🥳🥰 : Is Europe's first mission to Mercury. Launched on 20 October 2018, it is on a seven year journey to 😍🤩 (C)bepit_outreach
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ArianeGroup Oct 20
Replying to @esa @Arianespace
Still one of our favorites! ✨ poke
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BepiColombo Oct 14
is now making its closest approach of 10 720 km of on this . We're using flybys (combined with electric propulsion) to brake against the Sun's enormous gravity to arrive at Mercury in 2025
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Arianespace 11h
Here is some news about ’s first Venus Flyby!
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Arianespace Oct 19
in 2018, we launched Europe’s 1st mission to Mercury – – for , in cooperation with Japan’s . Fast forward to 2020, and this space probe’s mid-course flyby of could provide data on recently-identified potential signs of life at the planet.
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Asgardia Oct 16
-bound probe took a selfie with . Is there life in those clouds?
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Perth Observatory Oct 19
in 2018, The joint - BepiColombo mission to Mercury blasted off on its its 7.2 year mission to study the smallest and least explored planet in the inner Solar System
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Kai Noeske Oct 15
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Bepi Oct 13
This time tomorrow we'll be making our close approach of ! We'll zoom past at ~10720km. Will be sure to let you know afterwards how it went!
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National Space Centre Oct 17
Meet Dr Suzie Imber from , Co-Investigator for the MIXS instrument on board the BepiColombo spacecraft, which is currently heading to Mercury
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Elecnor Deimos Oct 15
Our colleagues at (European Space Operations Center) are supporting the - mission in its flybys, as the one to this morning at a distance of approximately 10.720 km! 💫 More info ⬇️
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TerraQuanta Oct 15
BepiColombo’s first glimpse of Venus The joint European-Japanese mission captured its first glimpse of on 14 October 2020 as the spacecraft approached the planet for a gravity assist manoeuvre a day later.
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Suzie Imber Oct 15
An incredible image of Venus taken by the spacecraft this morning during the planetary flyby! Well done , and the whole team! Onwards and Sunwards!
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The Apex Archive Oct 14
`orchestral manoevres in the dark´ -mission: First flyby today, 3:58 UTC ! Thx to :)
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-ice- Oct 15
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Matteo Ceriotti Oct 14
. heading towards for first tomorrow. Science observations and imaging will be done.
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Bep-it! 10h
+++ TODAY is the VENUS FLYBY +++? A service to let you know the position of spacecraft in its trip to .
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