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Yes. Jupiter was first visited on flyby missions by Pioneer 10 in 1973 and by Pioneer 11 in 1974. The space probe Ulysses encountered Jupiter when it was placed in a large orb…it around the sun in 1992. It made a later encounter in 2004. The Galileo probe orbited Jupiter from 1995 until 2003 when its mission ended with a burn into the planet's atmosphere. Galileo sent an atmospheric probe to Jupiter in 1995. In 2000 the space probe Cassini flew by Jupiter for a gravitational slingshot on its way to Saturn (which it reached in 2004) and took joint measurements of Jupiter with Galileo. Finally in 2007 the New Horizons space probe took some readings of Jupiter as it executed a slingshot around the planet while on its way to Pluto.
so far only one satellite has been sent to venus and that one satellite is venera it was sent in 1965
Venera 15 and 16 orbited the planet in 1983 Magellan in 1990 mapped 98% of the surface Venus Express is still sending data back to earth.
The latest one is the "Curiosity" rover, which is a robot.
cassini and in 2004
the Cassinni in 2004
cassinni in 2007
The various probes sent to observe Jupiter are:Pioneer 10 - 1973Pioneer 11 - 1974Voyager 1 - 1979Voyager 2 - 1979Ulysses - 1992Cassini - 2000New Horizons - 2007Galileo orbital… mission - 1995–2003Juno - launched in 2011, and expected to arrive in 2016
It is a Mars rover.
Venera 3 November 16 1965,1st of March 1966 Venus and the capsule parachuted down
There's a robot on Mars call, "The Mars Rover" if that is what you are talking about
It has had satellites and robots.
venus has no sattelite
New Horizons is the only one i know it is expected to arrive on July 2015 or that is what I heard