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Which planets in our solar system have we sent probes to?

I'd like to see what each planet's surface looks like, wouldn't you?

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ficiayggaa profile image

All except Pluto, and there's one heading there right now.

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We've had probes visit every planet in our solar system. Pluto, the non-planet is to be visited by New Horizons in about ten or so years then maybe onto Eris. We've only got surface views of Mars, Venus and Mercury as the other planets ( Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune ) don't have surfaces, they balls of gas that didn't turn into rock planets. Venus views are very few and far between.

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We have sent probes to all the planets and we have sent probes beyond our solar system as well as comets and meteors and the Orion Belt between Mars and Jupiter.

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nbihtafraa profile image

We have sent probes to every planet in our Solar System, and one (now declassified planet, Pluto).

We've even sent probes out to several asteroids and comets.

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All of them I think