The Surface Of Planets And Moons That We Have Explored!
- Moon – USSR 1959, And USA 1969 (first manned landing)
- Mercury – NASA, MESSENGER (March 29, 2011)
- Galilean moons (Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto.)
- Enceladus- NASA-ESA-ASI, Cassini-Huygens (2005)
- Mimas – NASA-ESA-ASI, Cassini-Huygens (February 13, 2010)
What planets have humans visited?
Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn have all had human probes crashed (or landed) on them. Luna, and Titan are moons that have had probes land on them.27 Feb 2018
What planets has NASA explored?
Planetary family photo – A montage of images taken by NASA spacecraft of the planets. From top to bottom: Mercury (Mariner 10), Venus (Magellan), Earth (Galileo) (and moon), Mars (Viking), and Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune (Voyager). To appreciate this point, some mental time traveling is in order.6 Aug 2008
How many planets have humans visited?
More than 250 robotic spacecraft—and 24 humans—have ventured into space since we first began exploring beyond Earth’s atmosphere in 1958. This section focuses on U.S. missions with science goals to study planets, moons, asteroids and comets beyond Earth orbit.6 Jun 2019
What planets have we not landed on?
Since Saturn is a gas planet, there is no hard surface on which to “land”.