#M10294 – 2006 Gambia Venus Express s/s

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This attractive souvenir sheet pictures the Venus Express, which was launched into space on November 9, 2005.  On April 11, 2006, it began its orbit of Venus on April 11, 2006.  This marked the first Venus exploration mission of the European Space Agency.  Since the Express began its orbit, it has sent back information about Venus' atmosphere, giving scientists a better understanding of atmosphere dynamics that they hope to use in studying Earth's climate changes.  
 
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