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The first Mars, Venus probes

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Abstract

Chapter 2 described the new 8K78 rocket that would be used to send the first spacecraft to Mars and then Venus. What of the spacecraft themselves?

Keywords

Solar Wind Solar Panel Communication Session Chief Designer Parking Orbit 
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