Researchers want to return to Venus, so now they are plan to send air ballon to venus, a scientist shows a 30-year-old picture of the surface of Venus taken by the Magellan spacecraft. That’s remembering how long it has been since the American mission around the planet.

The climate of Venus, which warmed by greenhouse gases, resembles Earth with shallow seawater values. There might even be subduction zones like Earth, the zone where the crust sinks back to rocks closer to the planet’s core.

We believe that they started with the same composition, with the same water and carbon dioxide. And they went two very different ways, researchers said.

Researcher believes exploring Venus will reveal important details about how rocky planets form and whether other planets are capable of supporting life.Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Venus is not the brightest planet, but the hottest in our solar system.

Between high heat (900 degrees Fahrenheit or 480 degrees Celsius), corrosive sulfur clouds, and atmospheric refraction that is 90 times denser than Earth, landing a spaceship is a challenge. Of the nine Soviet exercises that did this, it took no more than 127 minutes.

Based on the relative safety of space, the orbiter can use infrared and infrared spectroscopy to see beneath the clouds, measure changes in the landscape over time, and see if the Earth moves.

It can look for indicators of past water and volcanic activity and other forces that can shape the planet.

Researcher believes exploring Venus will reveal important details about how rocky planets form and whether other planets are capable of supporting life.Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

We only know very little about the surface nature of Venus, researcher said, one researcher. that there are continents like the earth that can arise from previous consumption. But we have no information to say.

The answer will not only deepen our understanding of why Venus and Earth are so different now. They can limit the conditions under which scientists must find similar planets on Earth elsewhere.

The orbiter is not the only tool to study Venus from above. JPL engineers imagine a fleet of hot air balloons carrying wind power to the upper levels of Venus’s atmosphere, where the temperature is close to the temperature of the earth.

A Venus Balloon mission has not yet ordered, but the balloon is a great way to explore Venus because the atmosphere is so dense and the surface is so rough.

Bubbles are like sweet spots where you are close enough to get out a lot of important things, but you are also in a tame environment where your sensors can last long enough to give you something meaningful.

The team will provide a sensitive balloon seismometer to detect earthquakes on the planet below. On earth, when the earth shakes, this movement pulsates like an infrasound wave (the opposite of ultrasound).

Researchers have shown that this technology works with silver hot air balloons that use vibrations to measure weak signals in areas of the earth. And this does not even speak for Venus’s dense atmosphere, where experiments tend to produce stronger results.

When the earth moves slightly, it moves air more to Venus than to Earth.

Among the many challenges facing Venus are clouds that block the sun: without sunlight, solar energy will be limited.
But the planet is too hot for other energy sources to survive.

By default, the duration of the landing mission shortened by electronics from the spaceship, which fails after a few hours. According to Hall, operating a refrigerator to protect a spaceship requires more batteries than a carrier.

Hall’s concept of the Venus landing did not reach the next stage of the approval process, but led to his ongoing work on Venus: heat-resistant drilling and sampling systems that allowed Venus to inspected on the ground.

Together, they are working with prototypes in JPL’s large-walled test chamber that mimics the conditions of planets in the atmosphere which are suffocating 100% carbon dioxide. With every successful test, teams move humanity one step closer to the limit of exploring this most hostile planet.