ESA Adds To New Venus Armada

A synthesized false color view of Venus taken by Japan’s Akatsuki spacecraft.
Credit: Planet-C Project Team/JAXA

CAPE CANAVERAL—The European Space Agency (ESA) has chosen its next medium-class space science mission—a Venus orbiter that will join a pair of NASA probes, selected last week to help resolve questions about why Earth’s sister planet evolved so differently. The ESA mission, called EnVision, is...

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