According to a new study, there is a slim chance that Musk’s Roadster (and Spaceman) could collide with Earth or Venus is a few eons.
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A new study lays out why Venus doiesn’t have a magnetic field like Earth’s. Basically, it may come down to the impact that formed the Moon.
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A team from NASA’s Glenn Research Center recently demonstrated a new class of electronics, which would be capable of operating on Venus for extended periods of time.
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A new study by an international team of scientists takes a look at Venus’ mysterious night side, which revealed some unexpected atmospheric phenomena
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A team from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is moving into Phase II of their plan to send a clockwork rover to explore Venus
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As part of its Planetary Science Deep Space SmallSat Studies program, NASA has selected a CubeSat mission to study Venus’ atmosphere.
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Fraser Cain and Isaac Arthur team up again to bring you another epic collaboration. This time, it’s construction tips from an engineer from a Type 2 Civilization.
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A new study by researchers from St. Andrews University and the University of Strasbourg has shed light on why Venus has so few volcanoes compared to Earth.
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In the week’s FISO Telecon Series, NASA engineer Michael Paul presented a novel concept for an in-situ miission to Venus.
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A team of international astronomers recently found the closest thing to a “Venus-like” planet in a nearby star system, which could have drastic implications for “habitability” studies.
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