Venus Express is the first mission to capture photos of Venus using a robotic spacecraft.
The spacecraft was launched on March 10 and will begin its orbit around Venus on April 4.
The photos of the planet taken by Venus Express will provide new insight into Venus’s surface and clouds.
The first mission by the Venus Express orbiter, dubbed Venus Express-1, was launched in October 2012 and will spend around 30 months in orbit around the planet.
Venus Express 1 will be the first spacecraft to be sent to Venus by the International Space Station.
During its mission, Venus will pass over the planet once every 30 days.
The camera on the spacecraft will capture images for at least 10 years, the duration of the mission.
Venus Express 1, also known as VES-1 and VES 2, was originally supposed to fly to the planet in 2020.
But after the mission was cancelled, the team was forced to postpone the launch, in order to prepare for a possible mission to Mars in 2021.
The team then had to delay the launch for another year to make sure that a launch to Mars was not canceled.
The team decided to try to fly Venus Express to Venus in 2021 after the spacecraft was successfully launched.
The Venus Express spacecraft and the Venus Observer, a NASA spacecraft, will be launched into orbit around Earth from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
The Venus Observer is equipped with cameras and a telescope that will capture some of the most spectacular and detailed images of Venus ever seen.
The spacecraft was built by the Russian space agency Roscosmos.
The project is named after Venus and the first planet in the solar system, according to a statement from the Roscosms Space Center.
VenUS Express-2 will be built by a joint venture between the Russian and Chinese space agencies, according the Roskosmos.
It will include two Russian payloads, which are called Roscosmasat and SES.
The second payload is called Mir, which will include a ground station, an imaging and data-gathering platform and a communications system.
The two spacecraft will be equipped with sensors, cameras, a radioisotope thermoelectric generator (RTG), radio frequency communications system and a communication module.
In addition to providing information about Venus, the two spacecraft are designed to study the climate on the planet, said the statement.
Venuses surface is covered by a thick layer of clouds that make it difficult for scientists to image.
However, the surface of Venus is covered with vast amounts of water ice and methane, which form in the absence of oxygen, according NASA.
Venus is home to at least eight moons.
Venues surface temperature is typically about -60 degrees Celsius, which is cold enough for liquid water, but also hot enough to cause the freezing of water molecules, according a statement by NASA.
Venous weather can vary greatly from day to day, with days that are generally clear and days with temperatures between -30 and +80 degrees Celsius.
On the surface, temperatures are typically around 50 degrees Celsius or warmer.
Venussian clouds cover an area of about 2,700 square kilometers (1,400 square miles) and contain as much as 3,000,000 square meters (1.2 million square feet), according to NASA.
It is the largest cloud system in the Solar System.