The planet Venus is Earth's twin in terms of size, mass, and gravity, but it is very different in terms of surface conditions and atmospheric composition. NASA learned a lot from the 1990s Magellan orbiter, but why is Venus so different? Join Professors David Williams of ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration for a discussion of what we know about Venus, and what we will learn from NASA's two new planned missions returning to Venus, DAVINCI+ and VERITAS.
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|1||09/28/2021||01:00 PM||02:00 PM|