1. Then there were 3: NASA to collaborate on ESA's new Venus mission  Phys.org
  2. Europe will join the space party at Planet Venus  BBC News
  3. Hell Yeah, Another Venus Mission Just Got the Green Light  Gizmodo
  4. Venus Will Have a Fleet of Spacecraft as Europe Adds Orbiter Mission  The New York Times
  5. Venus is so hot right now, Europe follows NASA with its own mission  CNET
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On June 10, 2021, the European Space Agency (ESA) announced the selection of EnVision as its newest medium-class science mission. EnVision will make detailed observations of Venus to understand its history ...

Then there were 3: NASA to collaborate on ESA's new Venus mission

A week after the Americans picked two missions to go to Venus, Europe selects its own project.A week after the Americans picked two missions to go to Venus, Europe selects its own project.

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It's Hot Venus Summer as both NASA and the European Space Agency announce missions to the scorching planet.It's Hot Venus Summer as both NASA and the European Space Agency announce missions to the scorching planet.

European Space Agency Green-Lights EnVision Mission to Venus

The EnVision spacecraft will complement two NASA missions announced last week, ending the relative loneliness of a planet sometimes thought of as Earth’s twin.The EnVision spacecraft will complement two NASA missions announced last week, ending the relative loneliness of a planet sometimes thought of as Earth’s twin.

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Just days after NASA announced it was sending two missions to study Venus, the European Space Agency has joined the party.Just days after NASA announced it was sending two missions to study Venus, the European Space Agency has joined the party.

European Space Agency is sending a mission to study Venus after NASA announced two last week | Daily Mail Online

ESA and NASA will team up in a "triple crown" moment for Venusian science.ESA and NASA will team up in a "triple crown" moment for Venusian science.

Venus is so hot right now, Europe follows NASA with its own mission - CNET

EnVision orbiter will launch in 2031 after two NASA missionsEnVision orbiter will launch in 2031 after two NASA missions

Europe announces mission to study volcanoes on Venus | Science | AAAS

NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) are collaborating on a new Venus probe, with EnVision headed to our distant Solar System neighbor as part of a trio ofNASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) are collaborating on a new Venus probe, with EnVision headed to our distant Solar System neighbor as part of a trio of spacecraft set to unlock unprecedente…

ESA and NASA team on a third exciting Venus probe: Here's why - SlashGear

Our planetary neighbor can help us learn about our own world.Our planetary neighbor can help us learn about our own world.

Opinion | NASA is planning to return to Venus. It’s about time. - The Washington Post

For decades, the exploration of our solar system left one neighboring planet largely unexplored. These missions to Venus mean things are about to change.For decades, the exploration of our solar system left one neighboring planet largely unexplored. These missions to Venus mean things

EarthSky | NASA announced 2 missions to Venus by 2030. Why that’s exciting

Instead, NASA chose two mission to Venus missions — Davinci and Veritas, awarding it US$500 million.Instead, NASA chose two mission to Venus missions — Davinci and Veritas, awarding it US$500 million.

NASA rejected missions to Jupiter and Neptune's moons: Here's what we might've found out- Technology News, Firstpost

DAVINCI+ and VERITAS may teach us about Venus’s ungodly fate. In the process, we may also learn how rare habitable worlds are in this universe.DAVINCI+ and VERITAS may teach us about Venus’s ungodly fate. In the process, we may also learn how rare habitable worlds are in this universe.

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Venus is the most Earth-like planet in size, composition and distance to our sun - but its surface is about 450C (842F).Venus is the most Earth-like planet in size, composition and distance to our sun - but its surface is about 450C (842F).

Venus: European Space Agency mission aims to unlock mysteries of 'Earth's twin' | Science & Tech News | Sky News

NASA has selected two missions, dubbed DAVINCI+ and VERITAS, to study the “lost habitable” world of Venus. Each mission will receive approximately $500 million for development and both are expected to launch between 2028 and 2030. It had long been thought there was no life on Venus, due to its extremely high temperatures. But late …

NASA Is Returning to Venus, Where It's 470°C. Will We Find Life When We Get There?

Venus is hotter than ever, with a third new robotic explorer on the horizonVenus is hotter than ever, with a third new robotic explorer on the horizon

Venus hotter than ever: 3rd new robotic explorer on horizon Nasa European Space Agency Japan Cape Canaveral Venus | The Independent

What do scientists hope to discover on two upcoming missions to 'Earth's twin'?What do scientists hope to discover on two upcoming missions to 'Earth's twin'?

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What do scientists hope to discover on two upcoming missions to 'Earth's twin'?What do scientists hope to discover on two upcoming missions to 'Earth's twin'?

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Two New NASA Missions To Venus — What Do We Expect To Learn And Why It Matters

As a key partner in the mission, NASA provides the synthetic aperture radar, called VenSAR, to make high-resolution measurements of the planet’s surface features.NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the leading center for robotic exploration of the solar system.

Then There Were 3: NASA to Collaborate on ESA’s New Venus Mission