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Timeline of artificial satellites and space probes

   * 1957 - Earth - Success - Sputnik 1 is launched, the first Earth
     orbiting satellite
   * 1957 - Earth - Partial success - Sputnik 2 is launched, the first Earth
     orbiting satellite with an animal (Laika)
   * 1958 - Moon - Failure - Pioneer 0 orbiter
   * 1958 - Moon - Failure - Pioneer 1 orbiter
   * 1958 - Moon - Failure - Pioneer 3 flyby
   * 1959 - Sun - Pioneer 5 solar monitor
   * 1959 - Moon - Success - Luna 1 flyby launched, it discovered solar wind
   * 1959 - Moon - Pioneer 4 flyby
   * 1959 - Moon - Success - Luna 2 lander launched, it was the first
     spacecraft to impact onto he surface of the moon
   * 1959 - Moon - Success - Luna 3 flyby launched, it returned the first
     image of the Moon's hidden side
   * 1960 - Mars - Failure - Mars 1960A probe
   * 1960 - Mars - Failure - Mars 1960B probe
   * 1961 - Venus - Failure - 1VA (proto-Venera) flyby
   * 1961 - Venus - Failure - Venera 1 flyby
   * 1962 - Venus - Success - Mariner 2 launched and became the first
     satellite to return data about Venus
   * 1962 - Earth - Success - Telstar I is launched
   * 1962 - Earth - Success - Alouette is launched, the first Canadian
     satellite
   * 1962 - Moon - Failure - Ranger 3 photographic mission
   * 1962 - Moon - Success - Ranger 4 photographic mission
   * 1962 - Moon - Partial Failure - Ranger 5 photographic mission (became
     flyby)
   * 1962 - Mars - Failure - Mars 1962A flyby
   * 1962 - Mars - Failure - Mars 1 flyby
   * 1962 - Mars - Failure - Mars 1962B lander
   * 1963 - Earth - Failure - Syncom 1 is launched
   * 1963 - Earth - Success - Syncom 2 is launched and sets the
     geosynchronous orbit
   * 1963 - Moon - Partial Failure - Luna 4 lander (became probe)
   * 1964 - Earth - Success - Syncom 3 is launched and sets the
     geostationary orbit
   * 1964 - Venus - Failure - Zond 1 flyby
   * 1964 - Moon - Failure - Ranger 6 photographic mission
   * 1964 - Moon - Success - Ranger 7 photographic mission
   * 1964 - Mars - Failure - Mariner 3 flyby
   * 1964 - Mars - Success - Mariner 4 flyby, the first successful Mars
     mission
   * 1964 - Mars - Failure - Zond 2 flyby
   * 1965 - Sun - Success - Pioneer 6 solar probe
   * 1965 - Venus - Failure - Venera 2 flyby
   * 1965 - Venus - Failure - Venera 3 atmospheric probe
   * 1965 - Moon - Success - Ranger 8 photographic mission
   * 1965 - Moon - Success - Ranger 9 photographic mission
   * 1965 - Moon - Failure - Luna 5 lander
   * 1965 - Moon - Failure - Luna 6 lander
   * 1965 - Moon - Success - Zond 3 flyby
   * 1965 - Moon - Failure - Luna 7 lander
   * 1965 - Moon - Failure - Luna 8 lander
   * 1965 - Mars - Success - Mariner 4 sends the first clear pictures of
     Mars
   * 1966 - Sun - Success - Pioneer 7 solar probe
   * 1966 - Moon - Success - Luna 9 lander returned the first photographs
     from the surface of the Moon
   * 1966 - Moon - Success - Luna 10 becomes the first spacecraft to orbit
     the Moon
   * 1966 - Moon - Success - Surveyor 1 lander
   * 1966 - Moon - Success - Lunar Orbiter 1 orbiter
   * 1966 - Moon - Success - Luna 11 orbiter
   * 1966 - Moon - Failure - Surveyor 2
   * 1966 - Moon - Success - Luna 12 orbiter
   * 1966 - Moon - Success - Lunar Orbiter 2 orbiter
   * 1966 - Moon - Success - Luna 13 lander
   * 1967 - Sun - Success - Pioneer 8 solar probe
   * 1967 - Venus - Success - Venera 4 sends the first data from below the
     clouds of Venus
   * 1967 - Venus - Success - Mariner 5 flyby
   * 1967 - Moon - Success - Lunar Orbiter 3 orbiter
   * 1967 - Moon - Success - Surveyor 2 lander
   * 1967 - Moon - Success - Lunar Orbiter 4 orbiter
   * 1967 - Moon - Failure - Surveyor 3 lander
   * 1967 - Moon - Success - Explorer 35 orbiter
   * 1967 - Moon - Success - Lunar Orbiter 5 orbiter
   * 1967 - Moon - Success - Surveyor 5 lander
   * 1967 - Moon - Success - Surveyor 6 lander, also took off from the
     Moon's surface
   * 1967 - Success - The OSO-3 gamma-ray satellite discovers gamma-ray
     emission from the plane of the Milky Way
   * 1968 - Sun - Success - Pioneer 9 solar probe
   * 1968 - Moon - Success - Surveyor 7 lander
   * 1968 - Moon - Success - Luna 14 orbiter
   * 1968 - Moon - Success - Zond 5 flyby
   * 1968 - Moon - Success - Zond 6 flyby
   * 1968 - Moon - Success - Apollo 8 manned orbiter became the first manned
     lunar flyby
   * 1969 - Venus - Success - Venera 5 atmospheric probe
   * 1969 - Venus - Success - Venera 6 atmospheric probe
   * 1969 - Moon - Success - Apollo 10 manned orbiter
   * 1969 - Moon - Failure - Luna 15 lander
   * 1969 - Moon - Success - Apollo 11 manned lander became the first manned
     lunar landing
   * 1969 - Moon - Success - Zond 7 flyby
   * 1969 - Moon - Success - Apollo 12 manned lander
   * 1969 - Mars - Success - Mariner 6 flyby
   * 1969 - Mars - Success - Mariner 7 flyby
   * 1970 - Venus - Success - Venera 7 is the first successful landing of a
     spacecraft on another planet
   * 1970 - Moon - Failure - Apollo 13 manned lander
   * 1970 - Moon - Success - Luna 16 lander is the first automated return of
     samples from the Moon
   * 1970 - Moon - Success - Zond 8 flyby
   * 1970 - Moon - Success - Luna 17/Lunokhod 1 lander/rover is the first
     automated surface exploration of the Moon
   * 1970 - Success - Launch of Uhuru, the first dedicated X-ray satellite
   * 1971 - Moon - Success - Apollo 14 manned lander
   * 1971 - Moon - Success - Apollo 15 manned lander, the mission included
     the first deep spacewalk
   * 1971 - Moon - Failure - Luna 18 lander
   * 1971 - Moon - Success - Luna 19 orbiter
   * 1971 - Mars - Failure - Mariner 8 flyby
   * 1971 - Mars - Failure - Kosmos 419 probe
   * 1971 - Mars - Partial Failure - Mars 2 orbiter and lander, created the
     first human artifact on Mars
   * 1971 - Mars - Partial Success - Mars 3 orbiter and lander, first
     successful landing on Mars
   * 1971 - Mars - Success - Mariner 9 orbiter, first pictures of Mars'
     moons (Phobos and Deimos) taken
   * 1972 - Venus - Success - Venera 8 lander
   * 1972 - Moon - Success - Luna 20 lander
   * 1972 - Moon - Success - Apollo 16 manned lander
   * 1972 - Moon - Success - Apollo 17 manned lander
   * 1972 - Success - Launch of the Copernicus ultraviolet satellite
   * 1973 - Sun - Success - Explorer 49 solar probe
   * 1973 - Venus/Mercury - Success - Mariner 10 launched, it passed by and
     photographed Mercury, also was the first dual planet probe
   * 1973 - Moon - Success - Luna 21/Lunokhod 2 lander/rover
   * 1973 - Mars - Failure - Mars 4 orbiter
   * 1973 - Mars - Success - Mars 5 orbiter
   * 1973 - Mars - Failure - Mars 6 orbiter and lander
   * 1973 - Mars - Failure - Mars 7 orbiter and lander
   * 1973 - Success - Skylab was launched, re-entered Earth's atmosphere in
     1979
   * 1974 - Sun - Success - Helios 1 solar probe
   * 1974 - Moon - Success - Luna 22 orbiter
   * 1974 - Moon - Failure - Luna 23 probe
   * 1974 - Success - Launch of the Ariel V X-ray satellite
   * 1975 - Venus - Success - Venera 9 returns the first pictures of the
     surface of Venus
   * 1975 - Venus - Success - Venera 10 orbiter and lander
   * 1975 - Mars - Partial Success - Viking 1 orbiter and lander
   * 1975 - Mars - Success - Viking 2 orbiter and lander
   * 1976 - Sun - Success - Helios 2 solar probe
   * 1976 - Moon - Success - Luna 24 lander
   * 1976 - Mars - Success - Viking I and Viking II land on Mars
   * 1976 - Success - The Vela and ANS X-ray satellites discover X-ray
     bursts
   * 1976 - Success - The OSO-8 X-ray satellite shows that X-ray bursts have
     blackbody spectra
   * 1977 - Success - Launch of the HEAO-1 X-ray satellite
   * 1978 - Venus - Success - Pioneer Venus 1 orbiter
   * 1978 - Venus - Success - Pioneer Venus 2 atmospheric probe
   * 1978 - Venus - Partial Success - Venera 11 flyby and lander
   * 1978 - Venus - Success - Venera 12 flyby and lander
   * 1978 - Success - Launch of the International Ultraviolet Explorer
     satellite
   * 1978 - Success - Launch of the Einstein X-ray satellite (HEAO-2) is the
     first X-ray photographs of astronomical objects
   * 1979 - Success - Launch of the Hakucho X-ray satellite (ASTRO-A)
   * 1979 - Success - Launch of the Ariel VI cosmic-ray and X-ray satellite
   * 1979 - Jupiter - Success - Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 send back images of
     Jupiter and its system
   * 1980 - Sun - Success - Solar Maximum Mission solar probe succeeded
     after being repaired in Earth orbit
   * 1980 - Saturn - Success - Voyager 1 sends back images of Saturn and its
     system
   * 1980 - Success - Launch of the Solar Maximum Mission satellite

   * 1981 - Venus - Success - Venera 13 launched, it returned the first
     colour pictures of the surface of Venus
   * 1981 - Venus - Success - Venera 14 flyby and lander
   * 1981 - Saturn - Success - Voyager 2 sends back images of Saturn and its
     system
   * 1983 - Venus - Success - Venera 15 orbiter
   * 1983 - Venus - Success - Venera 16 orbiter
   * 1983 - Success - Launch of the EXOSAT X-ray satellite
   * 1983 - Success - Launch of the Tenma X-ray satellite (ASTRO-B)
   * 1983 - Success - Launch of the IRAS satellite
   * 1984 - Venus/Halley's Comet - Success - Vega 1 flyby, atmospheric probe
     and lander
   * 1984 - Venus/Halley's Comet - Success - Vega 2 flyby, atmospheric probe
     and lander
   * 1986 - Uranus - Success - Voyager 2 sends back images of Uranus and its
     system
   * 1987 - Success - Launch of the Ginga X-ray satellite (ASTRO-C)
   * 1988 - Mars - Failure - Phobos 1 orbiter and lander
   * 1988 - Mars - Failure - Phobos 2 flyby and lander
   * 1989 - Venus - Success - Magellan orbiter launched which mapped 99
     percent of the surface of Venus (300 m resolution)
   * 1989 - Venus/Earth/Moon/Gaspra/Ida/Jupiter - Success - Galileo flyby,
     orbiter and atmospheric probe
   * 1989 - Neptune - Success - Voyager 2 sends back images of Neptune and
     its system
   * 1989 - Success - Launch of the Granat gamma-ray and X-ray satellite
   * 1989 - Success - Launch of the Hipparcos satellite
   * 1989 - Success - Launch of the COBE satellite
   * 1990 - Sun - Success - Ulysses solar flyby
   * 1990 - Moon - Failure - Muses-A orbiters, this was the first non-US or
     USSR probe to reach the Moon
   * 1990 - Success - Launch of the Hubble Space Telescope
   * 1990 - Success - Launch of the ROSAT X-ray satellite is the first
     imaging X-ray sky survey
   * 1990 - Success - First observations made with Astro-1 (BBXRT, HUT, UIT,
     WUPPE)
   * 1991 - Sun - Success - Yohkoh solar probe
   * 1991 - Success - Launch of the Compton Gamma-Ray Observatory satellite
   * 1992 - Mars - Failure - Mars Observer orbiter
   * 1993 - Success - Launch of the Asca X-ray satellite (ASTRO-D)
   * 1994 - Moon - Success - Clementine orbiter mapped the surface of the
     Moon (resolution 125-150m) and allowed the first topographic of the
     Moon to be generated
   * 1995 - Sun - Success - [[SOHO solar probe
   * 1996 - Mars - Mars Global Surveyor orbiter
   * 1996 - Mars - Success - Mars Pathfinder/Sojourner lander/rover, the
     first automated surface exploration another planet
   * 1997 - Saturn - Cassini probe - has yet to arrive
   * 1998 - Moon - Success - Lunar Prospector orbiter
   * 1998 - Mars - Nozomi (Planet B) orbiter will be the first Japanese
     spacecraft to reach another planet - has yet to arrive
   * 1998 - Mars - Failure - Mars Climate Orbiter orbiter
   * 1999 - Mars - Failure - Mars Polar Lander lander
   * 1999 - Mars - Failure - Deep Space 2 (DS2) penetrators
   * 2000 - Earth - IMAGE launched, the first space storm weather satellite
   * 2001 - Sun - Genesis solar wind sample return - has yet to return
   * 2001 - Mars - 2001 Mars Odyssey - has yet to arrive
   * 2002 - Moon - SMART1 orbiter - not yet launched
   * 2003 - Moon - Lunar-A orbiter and penetrators - not yet launched
   * 2003 - Moon - Selene orbiter and lander - not yet launched
   * 2003 - Mars - Mars Exploration Rovers rovers - not yet launched
   * 2003 - Mars - Mars Express orbiter and lander - not yet launched
   * 2004 - Mercury - Messenger orbiter - not yet launched
   * 2005 - Mars - Mars Reconnaisance Orbiter orbiter - not yet launched
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