Notable European Interplanetary Missions

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Notable European Interplanetary Missions
Notable European Interplanetary Missions
Location Nexus

Notable European Interplanetary Missions is one of the Datapads found on the Nexus. It is located in Pathfinder HQ.

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Donated to the Andromeda Initiative Historical Records Council
All dates are in Common Era (CE).

1985-1992: Giotto — First ESA deep space mission; First ESA mission to intercept an asteroid (Halley & Grigg-Skjellerup)
1990: Launch of the Hubble Space Telescope
1992: Ulysses — First ESA mission to Sol; first polar orbit around Sol
1997: Huygens - First ESA mission to Titan, a Saturn moon
2003: Mars Express — first ESA mission to Mars
Also in 2003: SMART-1 — First ESA mission to Luna
2004: Rosetta — First ESA mission to orbit an asteroid (67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko)
2006: Venus Express — First ESA mission to Venus
Also in 2006: Huygens — First successful landing on an outer Solar System world (Titan)
2014: Rosetta — First artificial probe to make a soft landing on an asteroid (67P)
2016: ExoMars - First ESA probe landing on Mars (contact lost)
2018: BepiColombo — First ESA mission to Mercury
2022: Juice — First ESA mission to the Jupiter system

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