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Akatsuki's first UVI image of Venus after orbit insertion

Akatsuki's first UVI image of Venus after orbit insertion
Akatsuki's first UVI image of Venus after orbit insertion Akatsuki's ultraviolet imager (UVI) sees shorter-wavelength ultraviolet than any other previous Venus imager, at 283 nanometers. Akatsuki took this photo about 5 hours after orbit insertion (December 7, 2015, at 05:19 UT) from a distance of 72,000 kilometers. JAXA

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