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Venus Flyby 1
Artist rendering of Parker Solar Probe’s first Venus flyby on October 3, 2018. The spacecraft flew approximately 1,500 miles above the surface of Venus to reduce speed and adjust its trajectory toward the Sun. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins APL/Steve Gribben

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Venus Flyby 1 (closeup)
Artist rendering of Parker Solar Probe’s first Venus flyby on October 3, 2018. The spacecraft flew approximately 1,500 miles above the surface of Venus to reduce speed and adjust its trajectory toward the Sun. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins APL/Steve Gribben

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Third Stage Separation from the Spacecraft
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Third Stage Separation
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Third Stage Firing
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Swing by of the Sun (close-up)
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Solar Arrays Deployment (Alternate Shot)
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Solar Arrays Deployment
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Mission Trajectory
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MAG Boom Deployment
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Field Antenna Deployment
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Fairing Separation
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Approaching the Sun
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