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Mariner Mission to Venus

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Mariner Mission to Venus

Publisher: Jet Propulsion Laboratory
ISBN/ASIN: 1521140413
Number of pages: 128

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This book describes one phase of the U.S. civilian space program -- the journey of the Mariner spacecraft to the vicinity of Venus and beyond. It reports upon the measurements taken during the 'flyby' on December 14, 1962, when Mariner reached a point 21,598 miles from the planet, and 36,000,000 miles from Earth.

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