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22/10/2018 - Euro-Japanese boat BepiColombo launched its seven-year trip to Mercury

The BepiColombo Europe and Japan space mission launched successfully, aiming at exploring Mercury, the closest to the Sun, the smallest and most unexplored planet of our solar system. The new mission will study the surface, the atmosphere and the magnetic field of the planet.

This is a joint venture between the European Space Agency (ESA) and Japan's Space Agency (JAXA), the third-ever mission to Mercury and the first European.

BepiColombo, costing 1.65 billion euros, was launched at 04:45 GMT on Saturday from the European Space Station in Kourou, French Guiana, South America, on a European Ariane 5 missile. The mission bears the name of the Italian astrophysicist Giuseppe " Bepp »Colombo, who had studied Mercury during the Mariner mission.

The mission includes two vessels: a larger European with 11 scientific instruments and cameras (Mercury Planetary Orbiter-MPO or Bepi) and a smaller Japanese with five instruments (Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter-MMO or Mio), both put into orbit from Mercury, completing each other's remarks.

The trip to Mercury will last for seven years, and if everything goes well, the ship, which has developed speeds of up to 60 kilometers per second, is expected to be in orbit in 2025. A serious challenge will be the enormous gravitational pull of the Sun, which makes it very difficult to place a space device in a fixed orbit around the neighboring Mercury. We also needed to develop new technologies to better protect the two spacecraft from the radiation and heat of our parent star that reaches 5,500 degrees Celsius.

Among other things, the Euro-Japanese mission will offer new evidence on various mysteries of Mercury, as for its asymmetric magnetic field (much more powerful in the north), its oversized core of mainly fused iron (occupying up to 80% of the radius of the planet), strange geological precipitations like lakes on its surface (depths of tens of meters and widths of hundreds), as well as the abundance of volatile chemical elements (chlorine, sulfur, potassium, sodium, etc.), which should be had previously disappeared under the influence of the Sun, so they are probably constantly being recreated from the planet's subsoil.

Sourse:  https://www.cnn.gr/tech/story/151461/to-eyro-iaponiko-skafos-bepicolombo-xekinise-to-eptaetes-taxidi-toy-gia-ton-ermi

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