1. Hello Mercury! BepiColombo reveals cratered filled world on the closest planet to Sun  India Today
  2. Mercury-bound spacecraft whizzes past the smallest planet for the 2nd time  Space.com
  3. BepiColombo Spacecraft Lines Up for Second Planet Mercury Flyby  SciTechDaily
  4. New pictures incoming: BepiColombo to conduct closest flyby with Mercury today  India Today
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The BepiColomobo spacecraft has captured the cratered surface of Mercury. The primary purpose of the flyby is to fine-tune the spacecraft's trajectory to ensure that it is on the proper course for future missions.The BepiColomobo spacecraft has captured the cratered surface of Mercury. The primary purpose of the flyby is to fine-tune the spacecraft's trajectory to ensure that it is on the proper course for future missions.

Hello Mercury! BepiColombo reveals cratered filled world on the closest planet to Sun - SCIENCE News

The ESA/JAXA BepiColombo mission is gearing up for its second close flyby of Mercury on 23 June. ESA’s spacecraft operation team is guiding BepiColombo through six gravity assists of the planet before entering orbit around it in 2025.The ESA/JAXA BepiColombo mission is gearing up for its second close flyby of Mercury on 23 June. ESA’s spacecraft operation team is guiding BepiColombo through six gravity assists of the planet before entering orbit around it in 2025.

ESA - BepiColombo lines up for second Mercury flyby

The Mercury-bound space probe BepiColombo has taken its second look at its target planet today during a superclose flyby designed to slow it down and adjust its trajectory.Reaching Mercury is notoriously difficult.

Mercury-bound spacecraft whizzes past the smallest planet for the 2nd time | Space

The BepiColombo mission is swinging by Mercury for its second close look tomorrow.The BepiColombo mission is swinging by Mercury for its second close look tomorrow.

Mercury Is Getting A Spacecraft Closeup Tomorrow

The European-Japanese space probe BepiColombo has passed Mercury for the second time, taking pictures of the innermost planet in the solar system. The first image, which shows part of the probe and Mercury’s crater-ridden surface, was taken from a distance of 920 kilometers. The probe later blasted across the planet just 200 kilometers away. During […]

BepiColombo: ESA's Mercury probe has passed again

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