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edited by Ron Baalke
Learn about the Magellan Mission to Venus, which mapped the surface with radar and then crashed into the atmosphere.  You can find out all about the mission and see images taken by Magellan and animations of the surface of Venus.
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- Space Exploration
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Keywords: NASA programs, Venus, exploration, planets, solar system, space exploration, spacecraft
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