It's gotta be rough being Venus. It's the planet that has the most in common with the Earth, and it's right next door, but it never seems to get the same kind of attention as the Moon, Mars, or even Jupiter. Just because it's so hot it melts lead, as pressurized as our deepest oceans, and 100 percent full of poison, does that mean we can't stop by to say "hi" every once in a while? Thanks to NASA scientists at Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, we might be able to stop by to borrow a cup of sugar sooner than we thought (that sugar is definitely full of poison gas, though).
It's Not the Journey, It's the Destination
Cutting Through the Clouds
Waves on Venus
Making the Chips That Can Survive Venus
Written by Reuben Westmaas January 12, 2018
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