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Admin30.08.2021

The 'morning star' Venus is at its brightest for 2020 this week. Here's how to see it.

Three of the spots were observed in more than one successive orbit.
Admin13.09.2021

The brightest planets in August's night sky: How to see them (and when)

The weak magnetosphere around Venus means that the is interacting directly with its outer atmosphere.
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Admin26.08.2021

Night Sky Map & Planets Visible Tonight in Minneapolis

The existence of lightning in the atmosphere of Venus has been controversial since the first suspected bursts were detected by the Soviet.
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Admin18.07.2021

Venus

Oliver Hawkins, more or less alumnus and statistical legend, wrote some code for us, which calculated which planet was closest to the Earth on each day for the past 50 years, and then sent the results to , professor of planetary geosciences at the Open University.
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Admin04.09.2021

Night Sky Map & Planets Visible Tonight in Sunrise

Atmospheric erosion by the solar wind could have led to the loss of most of Venus' water during the first billion years after it formed.
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Admin09.07.2021

The brightest planets in August's night sky: How to see them (and when)

"Phosphine on Venus Cannot be Explained by Conventional Processes".
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Admin30.07.2021

The Witchcraft Side of Masonry

Studies have suggested that billions of years ago, Venus' atmosphere could have been much more like the one surrounding the early Earth, and that there may have been substantial quantities of liquid water on the surface.
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Admin01.09.2021

The 'morning star' Venus is at its brightest for 2020 this week. Here's how to see it.

In August 2019, astronomers led by Yeon Joo Lee reported that long-term pattern of absorbance and changes in the atmosphere of the planet Venus caused by "unknown absorbers", which may be chemicals or even large colonies of microorganisms high up in the atmosphere of the planet, affect the climate.
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Admin14.09.2021

The 'morning star' Venus is at its brightest for 2020 this week. Here's how to see it.

05 mph , whereas Earth's rotates at 1,674.
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Admin05.09.2021

Venus

"Report of the IAU Working Group on Cartographic Coordinates and Rotational Elements of the Planets and Satellites".
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