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Mars At Its Brightest Since 2003 As Moon Visits Venus. What You Can See In The Night Sky This Week

Mars comes to “opposition” this week. getty Each week I pick out the northern hemisphere’s celestial highlights (mid-northern latitudes) for the week ahead, but be sure to check my main…

How could a toxic gas be a sign of life of Venus?

Scientists recently announced that they had found possible signs of life in the clouds of Venus. We probably should have suspected as much all along. Venus is a natural place…

Moon May Harbor Ancient Pieces Of Venus’ Surface

One of the Apollo 17 astronauts stands next to his lunar rover on the surface of the Moon. | … [+] Location: Taurus-Littrow Valley, Moon. (Photo by © Corbis/Corbis via…

Venus isn’t habitable — and it could be all Jupiter’s fault

As a result of Jupiter — the largest planet in our solar system — moving closer and then away from the sun in its early formation, the planet’s vast gravitational…

Did NASA detect a hint of life on Venus in 1978 and not realize it?

If life does exist on Venus, NASA may have first detected it back in 1978. But the finding went unnoticed for 42 years. Life on Venus is still a long…

Venus might be habitable today, if not for Jupiter

Composite of images taken by Japanese spacecraft Akatsuki of Venus. Credit: JAXA / ISAS / DARTS / Damia Bouic Venus might not be a sweltering, waterless hellscape today, if Jupiter…

New Venus Balloon Mission Study Aims To Find Life By 2022

A flotilla of microbe-seeking balloons deployed at very low cost in Venus’ atmosphere. Credit: Adrian Mann Two researchers advocate sending a quick mission to Venus to try and quell debate…

The Space Review: Venus: science and politics

  An image of the surface of Venus taken by the Soviet Union’s Venera 13 mission. by Ajey LeleMonday, September 21, 2020 For many years, the major focus for space…

In Venus’ clouds there’s phosphine. Phosphine stinks. But its discovery lifts my heart.

Hazy and noxious clouds obscure the hot land below. Here in Utah, as I write, distant wildfires have turned the sky a monochromatic opal. In a time of unrest, plague…

Back To Venus: Upstart Company Wants To Beat NASA In Search For Life

Can a small American aerospace company get to Venus before NASA returns to our superheated planetary neighbor? That’s what Peter Beck, the CEO of Rocket Lab, is hoping as he…