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BepiColombo - a four in one satellite to uncover Mercury's mysteries

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BepiColombo - Stack configuration and MOSIF
05 July 2017

BepiColombo - Stack configuration and MOSIF

BepiColombo - Stack configuration and MOSIF

BepiColombo in Space
04 July 2017

BepiColombo in Space

BepiColombo in Space

BepiColombo - Stack building
30 June 2017

BepiColombo - Stack building

BepiColombo - Stack building

BepiColombo - Flight configuration in clean room
07 June 2017

BepiColombo - Flight configuration in clean room

BepiColombo - Flight configuration

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BepiColombo - Protection against infernal heat
30 June 2017

BepiColombo - Protection against infernal heat

BepiColombo - Protection against infernal heat

BepiColombo - Exploring Mercury
30 June 2017

BepiColombo - Exploring Mercury

BepiColombo - Exploring Mercury

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03 July 2017

BepiColombo - Mission to Mercury

BepiColombo: To this day, Mercury remains the most mysterious planet of our solar system. The Sun’s glare makes it impossible to study via telescope and the extreme heat and proximity to the Sun make it hard to reach. As many questions remain unanswered, ESA and the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) have teamed up for the dual spacecraft mission “BepiColombo”, named after the Italian professor Giuseppe ‘Bepi’ Colombo, which is made of 2 separate orbiters: the Mercury Planetary Orbiter (supplied by ESA) and the Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter (supplied by JAXA), and a propulsion module.

 
31 May 2017

BepiColombo - Stack building

BepiColombo: To this day, Mercury remains the most mysterious planet of our solar system. The Sun’s glare makes it impossible to study via telescope and the extreme heat and proximity to the Sun make it hard to reach. As many questions remain unanswered, ESA and the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) have teamed up for the dual spacecraft mission “BepiColombo”, named after the Italian professor Giuseppe ‘Bepi’ Colombo, which is made of 2 separate orbiters: the Mercury Planetary Orbiter (supplied by ESA) and the Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter (supplied by JAXA), and a propulsion module.

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BepiColombo - a four in one satellite to uncover Mercury's mysteries - ES      
BepiColombo - a four in one satellite to uncover Mercury's mysteries - ES
05 July 2017

BepiColombo - a four in one satellite to uncover Mercury's mysteries - ES

BepiColombo - a four in one satellite to uncover Mercury's mysteries - FR      
BepiColombo - a four in one satellite to uncover Mercury's mysteries - FR
05 July 2017

BepiColombo - a four in one satellite to uncover Mercury's mysteries - FR

BepiColombo - a four in one satellite to uncover Mercury's mysteries - EN      
BepiColombo - a four in one satellite to uncover Mercury's mysteries - EN
05 July 2017

BepiColombo - a four in one satellite to uncover Mercury's mysteries - EN

 
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