Apollo 11, the first spacecraft to take a man to the Moon, consisted of a lunar module and a command module. Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon while Michael Collins orbited around it. Apollo 11 brought back celestial samples, advancing our scientific understanding of the Moon.
Curiosity, a rover launched by NASA in 2011, landed on Mars in 2012. Equipped with advanced scientific instruments, its mission includes studying Mars' past habitability, water availability, climate, and geology. Curiosity has exceeded its initial 2-year mission and continues to explore Mars to this day.
The Venera probes, launched by the Russian space agency, successfully landed on Venus, the hottest planet in our solar system. These probes made significant achievements such as entering the planet's atmosphere, making soft landings, capturing pictures, recording sounds, and performing radar mapping scans.