NASA is preparing two new Venus missions that are very similar to Earth to understand how the planet becomes uninhabitable: one mission focuses on the atmosphere of Venus, and another mission focuses on maps of the planet’s surface. These missions visited Venus, Pioneer, and Magellan in 1978 and early 1990s, respectively. Scientists believe that Venus may be the first inhabited world in our solar system, including the oceans and the Earth’s climate, but something makes this planet chaotic.
Wei, a physicist at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Science in New York, found in a 2019 study that the planet may maintain a stable temperature and Contains liquid water for billions of years. Basically a dead planet, its toxic atmosphere is 90 times thicker than ours, and its surface temperature is 462 degrees Celsius.
NASA’s Discovery Program scientist Tom Wag said in a statement that it’s surprising that we don’t know much about Venus, but the combined results of these missions will tell us about this planet-from the sky. The clouds reach the end of the volcano on its surface. Mission DAVINCI + represents the enhanced version of noble gas research, chemistry and imaging in the deep atmosphere of Venus. This will be the first mission led by the United States to study the atmosphere of Venus to determine its formation and evolution since 1978. It
will also study the possibility of oceans on Venus in the past. The radio science of Venus emissivity, InSAR, topography and spectroscopy will map the rocky surface of this planet and reveal how it differs from Earth. It is often called the twin of Venus because the two planets are similar in size, but the modern comparison ends here. This mission can gain insight into the geological history of Venus.
An orbiter equipped with radar can create three-dimensional terrain, allowing scientists to determine the volcanic activity of Venus through the process of plate tectonics. The spacecraft can also study infrared radiation from the planet’s surface. These missions are sponsored by the NASA Exploration Program to encourage scientists and engineers to explore the solar system by developing creative new mission concepts.