NASA Found Evidence That Life on Venus Might Have Existed In The Past

It is currently being theorized that life on Venus could have existed a long time ago. NASA has made the discovery that the planet had many similarities to Earth. Because of similar... Read more »

Venus Might Have Been Habitable Billions Of Years Ago

Venus, the second planet from the Sun, and also the hottest one in the entire Solar System, with temperatures high enough to melt lead, is one of the most interesting celestial objects. ... Read more »

Mars and Venus Share Some Traits With Earth, And They Can Teach Us More About Our Planet

Venus and Mars share many traits with Earth but there also apparent differences. The former has an atmosphere filled with poisonous gas while the other has traced of what used to be... Read more »

Mercury Is The Closest Planet To Earth, Not Venus, A New Study Revealed

We all learned in school that Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun, while Venus is the second and that it is closer to Earth. You might be shocked, but a... Read more »

Dust Rings Spotted Around The Orbits Of Mercury and Venus

Dust is a severe problem in households, but there is dust in space too, and it is usually found in the rings from the inner of our solar system. According to NASA’s... Read more »

NASA Plans To Send Humans To Venus, But It’s A Hellish Destination

Venus has been depicted in sci-fi books and movies as a location with warm and pleasant temperatures, swamps, forests, and even dinosaurs! But unfortunately, things don’t stand this way. As it was... Read more »

The Sturgeon Moon versus Mercury, Mars, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn

On 26 of August, the full moon or Sturgeon Moon will not be the only star of the show as Mercury, Mars, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn will also be present on the... Read more »

NASA Wants to Study Venus With Flying Drones

In the next years, NASA and other space agencies will head towards other planets in our Solar System. What we know is that NASA plans to also send a mission to Venus... Read more »