NASA's DAVINCI Mission  Atmosphere of Venus

Will Plunge Through Hellish

NASA’s DAVINCI

 mission to Venus is scheduled for launch in 2029.

Upon its arrival

 at the second planet from the Sun, the probe will plunge through Venus’ atmosphere

ingesting its gases

for approximately one hour before landing on the planet’s surface

DAVINCI is designed to

 act as a flying chemistry lab, and it will use its built-in instruments to analyze Venus’s atmosphere

Short for Deep Atmosphere

 Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry, and Imaging

DAVINCI is one of three

upcoming missions planned for Venus. NASA’s last mission to Venus, Magellan, arrived at the planet in 1989

SpaceX's  Capsule  Station With Crew-4 Astronauts

Arrives At Space