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HST images of Uranus and Neptune
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post Jan 9 2020, 08:44 PM
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QUOTE (Decepticon @ Dec 21 2019, 05:51 PM) *
^^ Did this article have a Concept mission for Uranus/Neptune ?

Yes. The last paragraph of the article entitled "Return to the Ice Giants" suggested Uranus and Neptune and their moons provide "rich targets" for future orbiting spacecraft. Launch opportunities for Uranus and Neptune occur "around 2030, leading to encounters around 2040". Uranus in particular "presents a timely opportunity" in that by 2050 a spacecraft still in orbit can view portions of Uranus and its moons not seen during the Voyager flyby.
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post Feb 28 2020, 06:54 PM
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An article speculating on the JWST observations concerning Uranus and Neptune. https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2020/e...-webb-telescope
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