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The Interplanetary Podcast Oct 21
Europe, Russia, Japan and USA all with spacecraft docked at the back in 2011. the shuttle was a beast.
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Janet's Planet Oct 19
, an / project, will be the third mission to study the Mercury launches tonight Oct. 19 from Kourou, French Guiana, on an Ariane 5 ECA rocket. Liftoff scheduled for 9:45 p.m. EDT (0145 GMT and you can watch the launch live at .
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realzachfluke 10h
I remember it being that way too. The rocket was stupidly hard to see. It wasn’t visible like the whole way up it seemed like. This photo is simply breathtaking though 🙀😍
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European Solar Physics Division Oct 22
. was launched successfully on its journey towards Mercury early Saturday morning CET from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou with Ariane 5 rocket. Congrats to and ! The SIXS instrument onboard will also measure X-rays and particles from the . (pic: ESA)
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Lunar Heritage Oct 19
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Abi أب (Luhur Abdi)⚛ Oct 21
Cita2 pengen ke NASA, but i’ll take any other space agency. @ Chofu Aerospace Center
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S.HARI GAURAV Oct 19
These launches and these planetery missions inspires so many kids towards space science!
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Pedro Seixas Oct 16
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Jake Robins Oct 19
Between now and the end of the year is a pretty impressive suite of Solar System science mission events. It starts tonight with a joint and mission to Mercury called BepiColombo, which launches from Kourou, French Guiana on an Ariane 5.
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Margaux Akkawi Oct 21
launches , Europe’s first mission to , for in cooperation with
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Rick Pueschner Oct 13
Japan delays touchdown of probe on asteroid: official
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Andrew Ball 🚀 24h
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Dereum Labs Oct 21
This is the first image captured in space by the European-Japanese mission to Mercury. The photo shows one of BepiColombo’s extended solar arrays (right) and an insulation-wrapped sun sensor on the MTM (left).
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Gene J. Mikulka Oct 19
Replying to @esa @BepiColombo
Go . looking forward not only to what the & teams find in 2026 around Mercury, but what they may uncover along the way, hoping for a good commissioning phase, the human adventure is just beginning!
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Andrew Casey Oct 20
Good Luck to a joint and mission to Mercury, the planet in our solar system with the most extreme night / day temperature difference (-180 degrees C at night to over 400 degrees C in the day, or 90 kelvin - 700 kelvin)
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Alex Neumann Oct 20
is a joint mission of the () and the () to the planet .The mission comprises two satellites to be launched together: the and .
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TweetsAboutTheCenter Oct 17
RT Mercury, known since Antiquity, has secrets to yield. The international mission , a joint EU ()-Japan () space venture scheduled for an Oct. 19-20 launch, will study the planet's surface and …
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NK_Karthikeyan Oct 22
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Robert Cattrysse Oct 21
begins a 7-year cruise mission that will include six flybys of before arriving at the innermost planet on December 5, 2025. Orbiters launched on 7-year journey to sun-baked Mercury | CBC News 🔭☿
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Phthonos Theon Oct 20
Over seven years, the BepiColombo mission will make one flyby of Earth, two of Venus, and six of Mercury Source link:
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