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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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14 May 2002 Venus Woos the Moon Spaceweather.com
10 May 2002 Moon Dance Jet Propulsion Laboratory
10 May 2002 Two-for-One Planets Tonight Spaceweather.com
19 Apr 2002 Slow Dancing Planets in the Sky European Space Agency
10 Apr 2002 Venus Express Royal Astronomy Society
4 Apr 2002 Planet Party Indiana University
29 Nov 2001 Chandra Captures Venus in a Whole New Light NASA Headquarters
7 Oct 2001 Test 1 Pasadena Star-News
17 Aug 2001 Venus Probe Mission Approved by Steering Committee for Space Science Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
14 Aug 2001 Eerie Meteors, Glowing Rockets, and Morning Planets Spaceweather.com
4 Aug 2001 Morning Planets Spaceweather.com
10 Jul 2001 Morning Coffee and Planets Science@NASA
21 Jun 2001 Venus Holds Clues to Finding Earth's Platinum and Diamonds Geologic Society of America
10 May 2001 New Radio Telescope Makes First Scientific Observations National Radio Astronomy Observatory
26 Mar 2001 The New Aerial Explorers: Self-Inflating Solar-Heated Balloons Jet Propulsion Laboratory
12 Mar 2001 Math Program Cracks Cause of Venus Climate Change Jet Propulsion Laboratory
20 Feb 2001 Blazing Venus Science@NASA
8 Feb 2001 Happy Birthday, Galileo! Thursday's Classroom
18 Jan 2001 UI Space Physicist Fails to Find Evidence of Lightning on Venus University of Iowa
29 Nov 2000 Sky Show Tonight: A Close Encounter Between Venus and the Moon Spaceweather.com
16 Nov 2000 Jupiter and Saturn Nearing Closest Approach to Earth Pacific Astronomical Society
16 May 2000 A Christmas Star for SOHO Science@NASA
5 May 2000 SOHO Scoops a Picture of Planets on Parade NASA Headquarters
4 May 2000 Interplanetary Low Tide Science@NASA
3 May 2000 Planets Gather on May 5 and May 17, 2000 Griffith Observatory
 
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14 May 2002 Venus Woos the Moon Spaceweather.com
10 May 2002 Moon Dance Jet Propulsion Laboratory
10 May 2002 Two-for-One Planets Tonight Spaceweather.com
19 Apr 2002 Slow Dancing Planets in the Sky European Space Agency
10 Apr 2002 Venus Express Royal Astronomy Society
4 Apr 2002 Planet Party Indiana University
29 Nov 2001 Chandra Captures Venus in a Whole New Light NASA Headquarters
7 Oct 2001 Test 1 Pasadena Star-News
17 Aug 2001 Venus Probe Mission Approved by Steering Committee for Space Science Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
14 Aug 2001 Eerie Meteors, Glowing Rockets, and Morning Planets Spaceweather.com
4 Aug 2001 Morning Planets Spaceweather.com
10 Jul 2001 Morning Coffee and Planets Science@NASA
21 Jun 2001 Venus Holds Clues to Finding Earth's Platinum and Diamonds Geologic Society of America
10 May 2001 New Radio Telescope Makes First Scientific Observations National Radio Astronomy Observatory
26 Mar 2001 The New Aerial Explorers: Self-Inflating Solar-Heated Balloons Jet Propulsion Laboratory
12 Mar 2001 Math Program Cracks Cause of Venus Climate Change Jet Propulsion Laboratory
20 Feb 2001 Blazing Venus Science@NASA
8 Feb 2001 Happy Birthday, Galileo! Thursday's Classroom
18 Jan 2001 UI Space Physicist Fails to Find Evidence of Lightning on Venus University of Iowa
29 Nov 2000 Sky Show Tonight: A Close Encounter Between Venus and the Moon Spaceweather.com
16 Nov 2000 Jupiter and Saturn Nearing Closest Approach to Earth Pacific Astronomical Society
16 May 2000 A Christmas Star for SOHO Science@NASA
5 May 2000 SOHO Scoops a Picture of Planets on Parade NASA Headquarters
4 May 2000 Interplanetary Low Tide Science@NASA
3 May 2000 Planets Gather on May 5 and May 17, 2000 Griffith Observatory
 
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