Japanese Orbiter Made Its First Shot of Venus

After 5 years from the first try of the Japanese Akatsuki orbiter to capture the image of Venus, it has finally entered the orbit and made its first shoot. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) hopes that they will find out more about Venus’ strange climate and take the evidence of its volcanic activity.

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