Venera-D

Venera D
Venera-D is a proposed Russian space mission to Venus that would include an orbiter and a lander to be launched in 2026 or 2031.wikipedia
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Venus Atmospheric Maneuverable Platform

VAMP
Also, the three types of atmospheric maneuverable platforms under consideration by NASA include super pressure balloons, altitude controlled balloons, the Venus Atmospheric Maneuverable Platform (VAMP) semi-buoyant aircraft, and solar powered aircraft.
The aircraft is proposed to be launched as a secondary payload on another spacecraft mission to Venus, probably on Russia's Venera-D in 2026.

Observations and explorations of Venus

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The Venera-D spacecraft was proposed to Roscosmos in 2003 and the concept has been matured since then.

Venera

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A lander, based on the Venera design, is also planned, capable of operating for a long duration (24 h) on the planet's surface.

Venus

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Venera-D is a proposed Russian space mission to Venus that would include an orbiter and a lander to be launched in 2026 or 2031.

Russia

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Venera-D is a proposed Russian space mission to Venus that would include an orbiter and a lander to be launched in 2026 or 2031. Venera-D will be the first Venus probe launched by the Russian Federation (the earlier Venera probes were launched by the former Soviet Union).

Soviet Union

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Venera-D will be the first Venus probe launched by the Russian Federation (the earlier Venera probes were launched by the former Soviet Union).

Sulfuric acid

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The surface of Venus experiences average temperatures of 462° Celsius (864 Fahrenheit), crushing 90-bar pressures, and corroding clouds of carbon dioxide laced with sulfuric acid.

Proton (rocket family)

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Venera-D would be launched with either a Proton or Angara A5 rocket.

Angara (rocket family)

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Venera-D would be launched with either a Proton or Angara A5 rocket.

Russian Academy of Sciences

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In 2003, Venera-D was proposed to the Russian Academy of Sciences for its "wish list" of scientific projects to be included into the Federal Space Program in 2006–2015.

Fobos-Grunt

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Following the loss of the Phobos-Grunt spacecraft in November 2011 and resulting delays in all Russian planetary projects (with the exception of ExoMars, a joint effort with the European Space Agency), the implementation of the project was again delayed to no earlier than 2026.

ExoMars

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Following the loss of the Phobos-Grunt spacecraft in November 2011 and resulting delays in all Russian planetary projects (with the exception of ExoMars, a joint effort with the European Space Agency), the implementation of the project was again delayed to no earlier than 2026.

European Space Agency

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Following the loss of the Phobos-Grunt spacecraft in November 2011 and resulting delays in all Russian planetary projects (with the exception of ExoMars, a joint effort with the European Space Agency), the implementation of the project was again delayed to no earlier than 2026.

Lavochkin

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Lavochkin Association are leading the effort in the development of the mission concept architecture.

Russian Space Research Institute

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As of 2018, the second phase of the science activities between NASA and the Russian Space Research Institute (IKI) is refining the science concepts, the orbiter and lander mission architecture, as well as a detailed examination of the types of aerial platforms that could address key Venus science in situ.

Noble gas

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Fourier-transform spectroscopy

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Plasma (physics)

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Venera-D could incorporate some US components, including balloons, a subsatellite for plasma measurements, or a long-lived (24 hours) surface station on the lander.