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Sonnensystem / Solar System:


  

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ALL (SOLAR SYSTEM) MISSIONS
(NASA page)



Merkur/Mercury, Venus:



OLD MISSIONS:



Messenger mission to Mercury
Mission to Mercury. Launch: 2005, Arrival: 2011, End: 2015



NASA/JPL missions to Venus



OLD MISSIONS:

Venus Express
Venus Express will study our nearest planetary neighbour. The spacecraft will study the Venusian atmosphere and clouds in detail and make global maps of the surface temperatures.
Launch: 2005, Arrival:2006, End:2014



All past missions to Venus (ESA page)


Mars:



Rovers on Mars. Launch: 2003, Arrival: 2004


Mars Science Laboratory, Launch: Nov/Dec 2011, Landing: 2012



Orbiting Mars. Launch: 2001, Arrival: 2001


Orbiting Mars. Launch: 2005, Arrival: 2006


Orbiting Mars. Launch: 2013, Arrival: 2014


OLD MISSIONS:


Orbiting Mars. Launch: 1996, Arrival: 1997, Last Signal: 2006


Lander near north pole, Launch: Aug 2007, Last signal: Nov 2008


Mars Express
Mars Express will help answer fundamental questions about the geology, atmosphere, surface environment, history of water and potential for life on Mars.
Launch: 2003, Arrival:2003



Mars Express
The primary goal of the ExoMars programme is to address the question of whether life has ever existed on Mars.
Launch: 2016, Arrival:2016


Indian's Mars Orbiter Mangalyaan
Indian's Mars Orbiter Mangalyaan

 
 
 
 
 

OLD MISSIONS:


ALL MISSIONS TO MARS
(NASA page)




Äußere Planeten / Outer Planets:



Mission to Jupiter and its moons.
Launch: Aug 2011, Arrival: Jul 2016



Mission to Saturn and its moons. Launch: 1997, End: 2016


Voyager 1 and 2:
Missions to Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. Launch: 1972


Mission to Pluto and the outer planets
Mission to Jupiter, Pluto/Charon and the Kuiper belt. Launch: 2006


OLD MISSIONS:

Pioneer missions
Pioneer 10 / Launch: 1972, last signal: 2002
Pioneer 11 / Launch: 1973, last signal: 1999








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Mission to Saturn and its moons. Launch: 1997, End: 2016


Asteroiden / Asteroids:



Dawn will orbit Vesta and Ceres, two of the largest asteroids
Launch: June 2007, Vesta: Aug 2011, Ceres: Feb 2015



Travel to asteroid Bennu and bring a small sample back to Earth.
Launch: Sep 2016, Arrival: 2018, Return: 2023


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

OLD MISSIONS:

Hayabusa
Japan's mission to Itokawa.
Launch: 2003, Return: 2010



Kometen / Comets:


OLD MISSIONS:






Launch: 2004, Steins: 2008 Lutetia: 2010 Arrival: 2014 End: 2016


Mission to comet Wild 2. Launch: 1999, Return: 2006
NExT: Visit of Temple: 2011


Mission to comet Tempel 1. Launch: 2005, Impact: 2005
EPOXI: Visit of Hartley: 2010


OLD MISSIONS:

Rosetta
Rosetta's main objective is to rendezvous with Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. It will study the nucleus of the comet and its environment in great detail for a period of nearly two years, and land a probe on its surface.

Launch: 2004, Steins: 2008 Lutetia: 2010 Arrival: 2014 End: 2016



Sonne / Sun:



Studying the sun in 3-D
Launch: 2006

SOHO
SOHO (SOlar Heliospheric Observatory) is a space-based observatory, viewing and investigating the Sun from its deep core, through its outer atmosphere - the 'corona' - and the domain of the solar wind, out to a distance ten times beyond the Earth's orbit. Launch: 1995


Mond / Moon:


Mission to the Moon
Mission to the Moon. Launch: 2009



NASA page
listing ALL moon missions



OLD MISSIONS:


Mission to the Moon
Explore the thin lunar atmosphere. Launch: 2013

Mission to the Moon
Using a precision formation-flying technique, the twin GRAIL spacecraft will map the moon's gravity field. Launch: 2011

Apollo missions    Apollo Missions: 1968-1972


China's Moon Lander
China's Moon Lander Chang'e-3



 


OLD MISSIONS:

SMART-1

Kaguya



(Deep) Space:









Infrared:





Gamma Ray:



X-Ray:






ESA
  Space Science
 






Gaia Mission to chart a three-dimensional map
of the Milky Way, in the process revealing
its composition, formation and evolution.
Launch: 2013




Herschel
Infrared Telescopy.
Launch: 2009
End of operation: 2013 (end of cooling)
Reactivated: 2013




Integral
Tracking violent events across the Universe, Integral is ESA's International Gamma-Ray Astrophysics Laboratory. It is studying explosions, radiation, formation of elements, black holes and other exotic objects.
Launch: 2002


XMM-Newton
Increasing our knowledge of very hot objects created when the Universe was very young, ESA's X-ray space observatory XMM-Newton will help solve many mysteries, ranging from black holes to the formation of galaxies. Launch: 1999


OLD MISSIONS:

Planck
Microwave observatory.
Launch: 2009
End of operation: 2013





Hubble Space Telescope



Hubble

Hubble Space Telescope


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