European Venus Explorer

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The European Venus Explorer (EVE), known until 2007 as the Venus Entry Probe (VEP), is a proposed European Space Agency space probe to Venus. In the timeline of the 2005 TRS (technology reference study), the spacecraft was planned to be launched on a Soyuz-2/Fregat launch vehicle around 2013.[1] However, submissions to act on the study in 2007[2] and 2010[3] have been rejected.[4][clarification needed So, right now, this is a non-mission?]


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