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Astronomers Say Life As We Know It May Have Developed on Mars, Venus and Mercury

While mankind continues exploring the universe hoping to one day finally answer whether we are alone in the universe, various…

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We’ve Just Made a Stumping Discovery on Venus

Astronomers have made a stumping discovery on Venus. A new research paper suggests experts have found the very first evidence…

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Venus Was Habitable Long Enough For Life to Develop on Its Surface

Earth’s Twin, as Venus is often referred to among astronomers, is truly an extraordinary planet. Its one of the most…

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This is the Most Spectacular Image of Venus Yet and it’s Beautiful

Venus is a strange, mysterious and rather deceptive planet. As long as we have studied Venus, we’ve had conflicting and…

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New Video Shows Venus’ Atmosphere in Unprecedented Detail

The imposing cloud fronts that surround the surface of Venus are evident in ultraviolet (UV) light, in a sequence of…

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Scientists Find Venus Was Home to Vast Oceans of Liquid Water That May Have Supported Life

Billions of years, ago, Venus, one of Earth’s neighboring planet was home to vast oceans of liquid water, scientists have…

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Scientists Make Unprecedented Discovery Between the Orbit of Mercury and Venus

It’s not aliens, and it is not a newly-found celestial body, but nonetheless, the discovery is of great importance since most…

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Massive, Strange Symmetrical Patterns Observed on Venus 

A giant streak structure among the clouds covering planet Venus has been revealed by the observation of the Japanese spacecraft…

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Check Out NASA’s Brilliant Plan for a Cloud City of Airships in Venus’ Atmosphere

Venus is the second planet in the solar system in order of distance from the Sun, the sixth in size,…

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A Comet “Half The Size of The Sun” Set to Zoom Past Earth Later This Month

Comet ATLAS, whose Coma is around 15 arcminutes in diameter, falls somewhere between the Sun (1,392,000 km diameter) and Jupiter…

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