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Saturday, January 21, 2023

Mars Venus


Why do humans want to go to Mars and not Venus?

   The planet Venus is closer to Earth than Mars, Earth and Venus have almost the same mass, gravity is also the same, so why is man standing on Mars listening to music, let's investigate.

  Although Venus is the second largest planet in the solar system, it is the hottest planet after Mercury. The surface temperature is at least 400 to 500 degrees, so it is impossible to live there.
  The reasons why Venus is so hot are:
  While Earth's atmosphere is 99 percent nitrogen and oxygen and less than half a percent carbon dioxide, Venus's atmosphere is 90 percent carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide, which are greenhouse gases.  The property of greenhouse gases is that they trap the sun's heat and keep the atmosphere warm, which is why the temperature on earth is continuously increasing due to the increase in carbon dioxide.  If the increase of oxides is not stopped, the future of the Earth may also be like that of Venus, when the temperature of the Earth will be several hundreds of degrees.
  Also, as Earth's atmospheric pressure is 1 bar, while Venus' atmospheric pressure is over 90 bars, that means if a car were to stop on Venus, the air pressure would crush the car within seconds, just like a car would.  Truck up.  Which has weight.
  The atmosphere of Venus is always cloudy, but the clouds are not water, but acidic, and acid rain occurs on Venus, or volcanoes erupt.
  Russia sent several space shuttles to Venus or Venus in the 1950s and they still exist today as scraps of iron.
   Another interesting fact is that Venus is the only planet that orbits the Earth, meaning the sun rises in the west and sets in the east.  Finally, the Earth rotates on its axis in 24 hours, or one revolution in one day, but Venus takes 243 Earth days to rotate on its axis, so one day on Venus is equal to 243 days on Earth.  Is.  If you are standing on Venus and the sun rises, it does not set after twelve hours, but after 122 days the sun sets and there will be continuous light.
  Venus is the only planet without a moon.
   The brightest star in the west at dusk is not a star, but a planet, Venus.  You can see this evening.
  NASA has sent several space missions to Venus and research is ongoing.
  According to some planetary scientists, life may exist in the clouds of Venus.