Venus, typically referred to as Earth’s “evil twin” planet, fashioned nearer to the Solar and has since advanced fairly in a different way from our personal planet. It has a “runaway” greenhouse impact (which means warmth is totally trapped), a thick carbon-dioxide-rich ambiance, no magnetic subject and a floor sizzling sufficient to soften lead.

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A number of uncrewed scientific missions will research how and why that occurred within the subsequent decade. However now some scientists wish to ship a crewed mission there as nicely for a flyby. Is that a good suggestion?

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