[vuh-nair-uh; Russian vyi-nye-ruh]
one of a series of Soviet space probes that obtained scientific information about the atmosphere of Venus.
The Venera (Russian: Венера, pronounced vʲɪˈnʲɛrə]) series space probes
were developed by the Soviet Union between 1961 and 1984 to g...
Jan 6, 2005 ... Spacecraft and mission profiles from the National Space Science Data Center.
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The spacecraft was very similar to Venera
4 (Venus Mission) although it was of a stronger design. For 53 min on May 16, 1969, while the capsule was suspended from the parachute in the atmosphere of Venus, data from the Venusian atmosphere were returned. The spacecraft... More »
The Soviet Venera program, from 1961 to 1985, is one of the largest efforts ever
undertaken to study another planet. The fundamentals of interplanetary ...
The Venera spacecraft with a radar antenna during pre-launch processing. Credit
: ... Venera-1. Impact. 8K78/L1-7. Failed on its way to Venus. Aug. 25, 1962.
Venera-9 and 10 landers entered. Venusian atmosphere. at the altitude of 125
kilometers,. with the angle of 20.5 and 22.5. degrees relative to the local.
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Russian series of spacecraft that explored the planet Venus. Venera spacecraft
made the first soft landings on the surface of Venus and returned the first images