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After Mars Venus on Isros Planet Travel List | India news

SRIHARIKOTA: Six years after the acquisition of Mars, India has planned seven scientific missions over the next 10 years, including an appointment with Venus in 2023. While the spacecraft will launch to Venus with more than 20 payloads, The next decade will begin with interplanetary missions – Xposat on Cosmic Radiation Exploration in 2020, Aditya L1 on the Sun in …

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Planet Venus: Hope for a new mission in the hothouse world

Image copyright NASA The longstanding idea that Venus is geologically dead is a "myth," say scientists. And new research is about to end this perception forever. Continuing volcanic and tectonic activity (activity in the outer shell of the planet) suggests that the planet is very different from Earth, but very much alive. Now scientists are building new narratives to explain …

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Mercury, not Venus, is closest to Earth

Earth is the third planet of the Sun, so our next neighbor must be the second or fourth planet, right? Wrong! Neither Venus nor Mars are the right answer. Three scientists cited the numbers. In this YouTube video, one of them explains why our next neighbor … Mercury! Did Musk choose the wrong planet to die for? Image: upload.wikimedia.org Elon …

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The Soviet Lander of Venus did not crash on earth

Cosmos 482 was bound to the surface of Venus. NASA The Soviet spacecraft Kosmos 482 was designed to survive the crushing atmosphere of Venus, but after its launch in 1972 it could not escape Earth's gravity. Parts of the vehicle burned when they entered the atmosphere of our own planet a little later. A big guy still seems to be …

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A failed Soviet Venus probe could simply fall back to Earth this year, so head up

One of the lesser known achievements of the Cold War Space Race is the Soviet successes in landing probes on the incredibly hard and unyielding surface of Venus, which has temperatures that are infernal 870 degrees Fahrenheit (465 degrees Celsius) can reach) and atmospheric pressure 90 times higher than on Earth. Despite these hellish conditions, the Soviets managed to bring …

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A deceased Soviet Venus probe crashes into orbit after decades

Stamp in commemoration of Venera 8, the sister mission of Cosmos 482. Photo: Russian Federation A Soviet probe launched almost five decades ago is expected to plunge to the surface over the next few years, according to a published report Monday on Space .com. Launched on March 31, 1972 spacecraft Kosmos 482 was to travel to Venus as part of …

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Huge stripe structure found in Venus Cloudtops

A Japanese research team has discovered a gigantic stripe structure in the cloud cover of Venus. The discovery is based on observations of Venus by the Japanese spaceship Akatsuki. The findings were published on January 9 in the journal Nature Communications. Venus is unlike any other planet in the solar system. The entire planet is covered in dense sulfuric acid …

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Astronomers discovered strange patterns in the clouds of Venus

Scientists have discovered mysterious striped patterns traversing long distances in the Venusian clouds. The discovery gives us new insights into the brutal conditions and the climate on the alien planet closest to the sun. Based on advanced computer modeling, the team believes that air currents caused by polar jets, similar to those on Earth, could be held responsible for these …

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"Detonate from the Sun": The explosion of Nibiru near Mars or Venus will destroy Earth

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