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by Published On July 3, 2023

Witness the captivating glimpses of Venus, Earth's celestial twin, showcasing its enigmatic beauty in a way that will leave you in awe.Once deemed Earth's twin due to its similar size and its close proximity, Venus has earned a notorious reputation as the evil sibling of our planetary family. With a wealth of knowledge gathered by scientists, we now understand Venus to be a toxic wasteland, an inferno where heat is trapped in its thick atmosphere due to a runaway greenhouse effect. Surprisingly, despite its greater distance from the sun compared to Mercury, Venus holds the title of the hottest planet in our solar system.



 

VENUS SURFACE MODEL TOUCH AND MOVE 3D VENUS WITH MOUSE OR FINGER 👆

VENUS 3D MODEL TOUCH AND MOVE 3D VENUS WITH MOUSE OR FINGER 👆

Imagine a bizarre world where surface temperatures reach a scorching 900 degrees Fahrenheit. Its peculiar rotation spins in the opposite direction of Earth, where the sun rises in the west and sets in the east. In fact, a day on Venus is longer than its year. Whirling clouds dominated by sulfuric acid rain down upon the planet's surface. To add to its tumultuous nature, Venus boasts the largest number of volcanoes in our solar system, making it an active geological paradise.

Though it may seem inhospitable, Venus has a mysterious allure that has captivated scientists with its secrets. In the quest to unravel the story of how Venus transformed into Earth's alter ego, researchers face tremendous challenges. Nevertheless, the exploration of this enigmatic world has yielded astonishing images that stand as a testament to humanity's insatiable curiosity.

 

Credit: NASA/APL/NRL 
Credit: NASA/APL/NRL

One such remarkable image was captured during a flyby of Venus by NASA's Parker Solar Probe. While primarily focused on studying the sun, the spacecraft seized a rare opportunity to photograph Venus' nightside in February 2021. The resulting image showcases a vast highlands region known as Aphrodite Terra, distinguished by its darker color due to its higher elevation. A compelling element of the image is the light rim surrounding the planet, known as "nightglow," caused by atmospheric particles emitting light during the night. This captivating snapshot illustrates the significant role Venus plays in enabling the Parker Solar Probe to utilize its gravitational pull for its mission, shedding light on the mysteries of the sun and its complex solar wind.

 

Credit: NASA
Credit: NASA/APL/NRL
The Magellan spacecraft is deployed from the cargo bay of the Space Shuttle Atlantis.

Notably, recent investigations have revealed evidence of ongoing volcanic activity on Venus. A meticulous search through NASA's Magellan mission archives unearthed a striking discovery. Robert Herrick, a research professor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, stumbled upon a volcano within the Atla Regio region of Venus. This volcano, named Maat Mons, displayed signs of eruption by doubling in size and changing shape over a span of eight months back in 1991.
 

Credit: NASA / JPL

Credit: NASA/APL/NRL

The revelation of this volcanic activity opens up exciting possibilities for understanding planetary geology and its role in shaping the development of a planet's surface. NASA's forthcoming mission, VERITAS (Venus Emissivity, Radio science, InSAR, Topography, And Spectroscopy), plans to delve deep into Venus' core and unlock the secrets hidden beneath its rocky exterior.


Delving further into the exploration of Venus, the pioneering Magellan mission carried out by NASA over three decades ago gifted humanity with the first-ever comprehensive global map of the planet's surface. Utilizing radar technology, Magellan was able to construct a mosaic image that unveiled the planet's topography. By filling in missing data from the Pioneer Venus Orbiter and incorporating colors from the Soviet Union's missions to Venus in the 1970s and '80s, scientists assembled a breathtaking portrait of Venus.

 

Credit: NASA / Jet Propulsion Laboratory-Caltech

Credit: NASA/APL/NRL


Among the remarkable discoveries made by Magellan was the indication that lava had resurfaced the entire planet in its relatively recent past, leaving an enduring mark on Venus' geological history.

 

Credit: ESA / MPS / DLR-PF / IDA

Credit: NASA/APL/NRL

 

Another astonishing glimpse into the mysteries of Venus was captured by the European Space Agency's Venus Express mission. Using false-color ultraviolet wavelengths, the spacecraft captured Venus resembling an Earth-like shade of blue, an unexpected sight for most. The image showcases the intricate details of Venus' clouds swirling over the southern hemisphere, revealing the planet's volatile weather patterns.

 

Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Credit: NASA/APL/NRL

This radar image from NASA’s Magellan mission shows circular fracture patterns surrounding the “Aine” corona, located in Venus’ southern hemisphere. The corona is about 124 miles (200 kilometers) across and shows various features that may be associated with volcanic activity.

 

Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Credit: NASA/APL/NRL


The Venus Express mission also discovered that while Venus slowly rotates on its axis once every 243 Earth days, its dense, hurricane-force clouds outpace it, completing a revolution in just four days. Even more intriguing, the mission unveiled evidence of Venus' rotation slowing down while its clouds sped up, presenting scientists with a tantalizing scientific puzzle.

 

Credit: NASA / SDO / AIA

Credit: NASA/APL/NRL
 

In a rare celestial event known as the transit of Venus, our neighboring planet made a stunning appearance on the face of the sun. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory mission captured this extraordinary moment as Venus crossed the sun's disk on June 5, 2012. The transit of Venus holds historical significance, as 18th-century astronomers used this event as an opportunity to triangulate the distance to Venus by observing it simultaneously from various locations on Earth. These transits occur in pairs separated by over a century, making this delicate dance between Venus and the sun a truly extraordinary sight.

 


Meanwhile, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's Akatsuki spacecraft, also known as Venus Climate Orbiter, presented us with a serene view of Venus. This successful mission, launched in 2010, ventured to explore the planet's weather patterns, searching for traces of lightning within its turbulent clouds and gathering evidence of active volcanoes. Akatsuki's captivating ultraviolet image of Venus' atmosphere depicts the absorption of sunlight by sulfur dioxide, painting a vivid portrait of the planet's climatic conditions.

 

Soviet Union Venus Surface Landing Image
 

An intriguing chapter in Venus' exploration belongs to the Soviet Union, the only nation to have attempted to land on its inhospitable surface. In 1975, the Venera 9 and 10 spacecraft accomplished a historic feat by landing and surviving long enough to capture images of the barren, rocky landscape. Despite the extreme conditions with scorching temperatures that could liquefy lead and atmospheric pressures 75 times higher than Earth's, these Soviet missions provided valuable insights into Venus' surface.

 

Credit: ESA / VIRTIS / INAF-IASF / Obs. de Paris-LESIA / Univ. Oxford

 

Lastly, the mesmerizing polar vortex phenomenon on Venus, resembling a colossal hourglass-shaped depression, remained a mystery until the arrival of the European Space Agency's Venus Express. The mission's observations enabled a detailed understanding of the southern polar vortex, revealing its daily morphing shape. This atmospheric whirlwind, located 37 miles above the planet's surface, spins as heated air converges towards the pole, creating a mesmerizing spectacle akin to swirling water in a bathtub drain.

 

Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Credit: NASA/APL/NRL

The captivating images of Venus presented here represent the culmination of decades of scientific exploration, shedding light on the mysteries of this enigmatic planet. Each picture offers a glimpse into Venus' turbulent atmosphere, its stunning geological features, and the thrilling possibilities that await future missions to this celestial paradise. As our understanding of Venus continues to deepen, it is clear that this evil twin of Earth holds innumerable secrets yet to be uncovered, inspiring humanity's relentless pursuit of scientific discovery.

- Reported from NASA by One Social Editors 7/01/23

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