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February 03, 2016
Japan's space agency says probe now orbiting Venus
Tokyo, Japan (Xinhua) Dec 10, 2015
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) on Wednesday confirmed that its Akatsuki probe had successfully entered its intended orbit around Venus. On Monday this week the space agency said that it had attempted for a second time to put the probe into orbit around Venus to monitor the planet's atmosphere following a failed first attempt five years ago. The probe was first launched in May 2010 and was supposed to enter Venus' orbit in December that year but failed due to an engine misfiring. But ... read more

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Two of NASA's heliophysics missions can now claim planetary science on their list of scientific findings. A group of scientists used the Venus transit - a very rare event where a planet passes betwe ... more
Study suggests active volcanism on Venus
An international team of scientists has found some of the best evidence yet that Venus, Earth's nearest neighbor, is volcanically active. In combing through data from the European Space Agency's Ven ... more
Hot lava flows discovered on Venus
ESA's Venus Express has found the best evidence yet for active volcanism on Earth's neighbour planet. Seeing the planet's surface is extremely difficult due to its thick atmosphere, but radar observ ... more
After Mars, Indian Space Agency Aims at Venus
Following India's successful missions to the Moon and Mars, the next inter-planetary expedition launched by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) could be to Venus. "Currently, discuss ... more
US Military Contractor Develops Aircraft for Flights to Hover Over Venus
The New Frontiers program was launched by NASA with the aim of exploring every planet in our solar system. Next on the list? Sulphurous Venus. To do that, contracting companies are designing an auto ... more
Can sound help us detect 'earthquakes' on Venus
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Unexplained warm layer discovered in Venus' atmosphere
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Venus, if you will, as seen in radar with the GBT
From earthbound optical telescopes, the surface of Venus is shrouded beneath thick clouds made mostly of carbon dioxide. To penetrate this veil, probes like NASA's Magellan spacecraft use radar to r ... more
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Huge "Y" in Venus atmosphere due to a wave distorted by wind
Venus is covered by a dense layer of clouds which does not display any noteworthy characteristic. However, when looked in the ultraviolet wavelength, it presents conspicuous dark structures. The big ... more
Venus once featured oceans of carbon dioxide
Today, the surface of Venus is notoriously hellish - hot, dry and suffocated by a thick lower atmosphere of toxic gases. But Venus was once covered in oceans. The planet has likely always been too hot to host water, but new research suggests it once featured strange oceans of liquid carbon dioxide. ... more
NASA, Hot Air and Venus
Draft NASA plans for a human mission to Venus have spread virally though the mainstream media, and caused journalists in distant lands to contact this analyst for clarification. It's no wonder. NASA ... more
NASA theorizes a manned mission to Venus
The science world has been mostly fixated on Mars and comets, but some scientists at NASA are starting to talk about Venus - suggesting a manned mission to our closest neighbor could be simpler and less expensive than a trip to Mars. ... more
Venus Express goes gently into the night
ESA's Venus Express has ended its eight-year mission after far exceeding its planned life. The spacecraft exhausted its propellant during a series of thruster burns to raise its orbit following the ... more
Venus Express anomaly
On 28 November 2014, the flight control team at ESOC reported loss of contact with Venus Express. It is possible that the remaining fuel on board VEX was exhausted during the recent periapsis- ... more
Heavy Metal Frost On Venus
Venus is hiding something beneath its brilliant shroud of clouds: a first order mystery about the planet that researchers may be a little closer to solving because of a new re-analysis of twenty-yea ... more
Rediscovering Venus to Find Faraway Earths
Astronomers Chih-Hao Li and David Phillips of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics want to rediscover Venus-that familiar, nearby planet stargazers can see with the naked eye much of the ... more
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    NASA Research Helps Unravel Mysteries Of The Venusian Atmosphere
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    Venus Express: up above the clouds so high
    ESA's Venus Express spacecraft has climbed to a new orbit following its daring aerobraking experiment, and will now resume observations of this fascinating planet for at least a few more months. ... more
    Venus Express Rises Again
    After a month surfing in and out of the atmosphere of Venus down to just 130 km from the planet's surface, ESA's Venus Express is about to embark on a 15 day climb up to the lofty heights of 460 km. ... more
    Colonizing The Venusian Cloudtops
    US scientists and science-fiction writers alike have made a strong case for the possible colonization of Venus. While so many space enthusiasts are keeping their eyes on Mars, there might be a plane ... more
    Venus Express Aerobraking update
    Venus Express completed the 38th aerobraking orbit on 25 June with pericentre passage expected to have occurred at 21:37:04z; the spacecraft was in braking mode between 19:59:05z and 21:54:05z. The ... more
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