Watch Venus glide by in this serene video from the BepiColombo spacecraft's flyby  Space.comView Full coverage on Google News
A European-Japanese spacecraft just flew by Venus on its long, winding road to Mercury, snapping some stellar photos along the way.

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The ESA/JAXA spacecraft BepiColombo swung by Venus, gathering critical data and snapping some incredible photos. Check these out.This isn't how you pictured the planet.

New Pictures of Venus: BepiColombo Snaps Incredible Venus Images

BepiColombo, a joint endeavor between the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), successfully completed its first flyby of Venus on October 15, 2020.BepiColombo, a joint endeavor between the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), successfully completed its first flyby of Venus on October 15, 2020.

BepiColombo Makes Its First Flyby of Venus | Space Exploration | Sci-News.com

The BepiColombo spacecraft did a flyby of the planet Venus on Thursday on its way to its main target, Mercury.The BepiColombo spacecraft did a flyby of the planet Venus on Thursday on its way to its main target, Mercury.

An upcoming Venus flyby could help scientists look for signs of life

Approaching Venus from its day side, passing the planet, using its gravitational pull to slow down and continuing on its night side on course for Mercury: On Thursday 15 October 2020, at 05:58 CEST, ESA's ...

BepiColombo slows down at Venus en route to Mercury