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Venus is a dim world of intense heat and volcanic activity. Similar in structure and size to Earth, Venus' thick, toxic atmosphere traps heat in a runaway 'greenhouse effect.' The scorched world has temperatures hot enough to melt lead. Glimpses below the clouds reveal volcanoes and deformed mountains. Venus spins slowly in the opposite direction of most planets.

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5 Oct 2004 First Look: Venus Express European Space Agency
22 Jul 2004 Earth's Sunblock NASA Headquarters
4 Jun 2004 Two Transits Spaceweather.com
2 Jun 2004 Venus Viewers Guide Science@NASA
3 May 2004 Pretty Planet Science@NASA
30 Apr 2004 May's Busy Skies Indiana University
21 Apr 2004 The Oldest Moon Rocks Planetary Science Research Discoveries
21 Apr 2004 Busy Skies Science@NASA
19 Mar 2004 Five-for-One Planets Science@NASA
19 Mar 2004 More on the Planets Jet Propulsion Laboratory
17 Mar 2004 Venus Transit Webcast Jet Propulsion Laboratory
10 Feb 2004 'Heavy Metal' Snow Washington University in St. Louis
5 Jan 2004 January Skies Indiana University
29 Jul 2003 MESSENGER Update Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
23 Jul 2003 The Story Behind All Those Spheres in Space European Space Agency
17 Jun 2003 First Mars, then Venus! Starsem
26 Mar 2003 Free Mini-Poster Solar System Exploration Education and Public Outreach Forum
11 Mar 2003 A Plethora of Planets? University of California at Berkeley
6 Mar 2003 Mars' Core Shows Kinship with Earth and Venus NASA Headquarters
3 Mar 2003 Jupiter Shines in March Star Trak
14 Feb 2003 Greenhouse Effects ... Also on Other Planets European Space Agency
24 Jan 2003 Venus Express' Contract Signature European Space Agency
22 Jan 2003 Planetary Wake Up Call Science@NASA
28 Nov 2002 No Shortage of Mysteries on Venus European Space Agency
6 Nov 2002 ESA's Venus Express Gets Green Light European Space Agency
 
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5 Oct 2004 First Look: Venus Express European Space Agency
22 Jul 2004 Earth's Sunblock NASA Headquarters
4 Jun 2004 Two Transits Spaceweather.com
2 Jun 2004 Venus Viewers Guide Science@NASA
3 May 2004 Pretty Planet Science@NASA
30 Apr 2004 May's Busy Skies Indiana University
21 Apr 2004 The Oldest Moon Rocks Planetary Science Research Discoveries
21 Apr 2004 Busy Skies Science@NASA
19 Mar 2004 Five-for-One Planets Science@NASA
19 Mar 2004 More on the Planets Jet Propulsion Laboratory
17 Mar 2004 Venus Transit Webcast Jet Propulsion Laboratory
10 Feb 2004 'Heavy Metal' Snow Washington University in St. Louis
5 Jan 2004 January Skies Indiana University
29 Jul 2003 MESSENGER Update Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
23 Jul 2003 The Story Behind All Those Spheres in Space European Space Agency
17 Jun 2003 First Mars, then Venus! Starsem
26 Mar 2003 Free Mini-Poster Solar System Exploration Education and Public Outreach Forum
11 Mar 2003 A Plethora of Planets? University of California at Berkeley
6 Mar 2003 Mars' Core Shows Kinship with Earth and Venus NASA Headquarters
3 Mar 2003 Jupiter Shines in March Star Trak
14 Feb 2003 Greenhouse Effects ... Also on Other Planets European Space Agency
24 Jan 2003 Venus Express' Contract Signature European Space Agency
22 Jan 2003 Planetary Wake Up Call Science@NASA
28 Nov 2002 No Shortage of Mysteries on Venus European Space Agency
6 Nov 2002 ESA's Venus Express Gets Green Light European Space Agency
 
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