Venus’ extreme environment where no living creature from Earth would survive has captured the attention of astronomers for a long time. Even so, Venus is known as ‘”Earth’s twin” because of the fact that both planets have similar sizes and ...

Two new exciting space missions have just been announced by NASA, and we’ll finally return to Venus!  As per NASA’s statement, both missions will try to understand how our planetary neighbour became what’s today: a hell-like world. How the space ...

New Parker data reveals quite the activity on Venus. During a short flyby at our planetary neighbour, NASA’s solar probe detected an incredible radio signal: a natural one. The event marks the first direct measurement of Venus’ atmosphere in about ...

The first complete look of Venus’ dust ring is now available thanks to the Parker Solar Probe. The images show our planetary neighbour’s dust ring for almost its entire 360-degree span around the Sun. Venus’ orbital dust ring is an ...

Even if the Parker Solar Probe has begun its journey to the Sun recently, it has already offered a great deal of data. Thanks to one of the probe’s cameras, the Wide-field Imager for Parker Solar Probe, or WISPR, we ...

Venus has created quite the buzz recently, due to one chemical element that keeps puzzling scientists’ work.  Phosphine was detected on Venus back in 2017, but it wasn’t announced until last year. Many papers are trying to debunk or support ...