Experts from Roscosmos and the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) are working on the Venera-V mission, which will be able to send soil and atmospheric samples from Venus. Reported by TASS with reference to the government agency’s press service.

It is assumed that Venera-V will deliver soil, atmosphere and aerosol samples of the neighboring planet of the solar system to Earth. According to Roskosmos, the mission includes the use of an entirely new search-return and landing spacecraft.

In 2020, it became known that the first program to study Venus since Soviet times was developed in Russia. According to Lev Zeleny, scientific director of the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the first of at least three scientific devices was supposed to be Venera-D.

Source: Ferra

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